After last night's elimination show, Chelsea Kane tackled questions backstage in regards to an alleged video showing the "Dancing with the Stars" contestant and a friend apparently doing illegal drugs.
"There was a video online of supposedly me and my costar from 'Jonas [L.A.]' doing some illegal things which is a bummer because it's not me," Chelsea clarified. "It's very obvious someone is trying to start controversy."
The optimistic actress even points out the inconsistencies of the supposed video. "Our faces are pixilated, and for me it's like, if you have proof, why blur out my face?"
Chelsea goes on to explain her disappointment with the humiliation from the alleged controversy and its affect on people close to her.
"It's frustrating when there's so much going on and there are so many good things to talk about that someone has to come through with a video like that," the singer explained. "It's never fun to get that phone call from your mom. It's like, please tell me this isn't you."
In a sign of camaraderie, Mark Ballas came to his partner's defense with somewhat of an inconvenient truth. "This is something that constantly comes with the territory," the professional dancer affirmed. "She's doing wonderfully on the show and everyone's seeing her progress and of course someone's going to come out and try to rain on her parade and we're just not going to let them rain."
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