Rosie O'Donnell's mother-daughter drama with Chelsea continues to unfold, but that hasn't stopped the stopped the comedian from picking up some new gigs. Click through to find out why the 54-year-old was recently caught in an electric wheelchair.
Rosie was spotted filming a scene for a new comedic show called Smilfs while riding on an electric wheelchair with an American flag attached.
After leaving The View at the beginning of 2015, this will be the first time she's getting back on the screen.
But while she's been trying to get her career back on track, Rosie continues to deal with her troubled adoptive daughter, Chelsea.
Just last month, Radar exclusively discovered that the 18-year-old had been hospitalized after a drug overdose Tuesday night.
Rosie followed up with a tweet after Radar reported the hospitalization: "she is ok" along with a photo of Chelsea as a child.
Radar also learned that Chelsea was expected to undergo psychiatric evaluation after the overdose.
Her health scare only added more drama for the mother-daughter duo. Last year, Rosie was forced to tell fans that Chelsea had gone missing. She was later found living with a man — and a drug dealer — whom she met on Tinder, who was later charged for endangering a child since Chelsea was only 17.
But the bitter feud has gone both ways; Chelsea later revealed in an interview last October that Rosie was "not genuine a lot of the time." The bombshell tell-all was enough for Rosie to admit her words were "heartbreaking on every level."
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