Losing It? Barefoot Tara Reid Caught On Camera Stumbling, Mumbling To Herself

After years of hard partying and bizarre meltdowns, is Tara Reid losing her mind?

In's exclusive clip from this week's episode of WE tv's Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars, the Sharknado 4 star slurs nonsensical musings and drops kitchen objects in the wee hours of the morning.

With smudged eyeliner and tangled hair, a barefoot, tracksuit-clad Reid, 40, fiddles in the kitchen.

"It cooks!" she mumbles as she places a pan on the burner. "It's incredible!"

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In a confessional, she admits to the cameras: "It's a difficult process for me, trying to say all these really personal things, but I find like, that when you can find beautiful things, that they heal."

The actress, who checked into rehab for an alcohol problem in 2008 but began knocking back drinks soon after, is then caught off guard by her boyfriend, club promoter Dean May.

"What are you doing, Tara?" he asks.

Tara Reid

"We're making, um, kinda like nothing. Chicken sliders," she slurs back.

"Go to bed, Tara. Everyone is asleep."

"You can go without me. I'm having fun."

She drops the pan on the floor and crouches to the ground to pick up the mess.

"No it's fine. Don't worry dear. We're all so good," she sings.

"I have absolutely no idea what she was talking about," May marvels. "I'm just blown away. I have no idea what's happening. She's like, gone to another planet."

The super skinny Reid than douses a burrito in salt, and shoves chips into her mouth.

"Thank you," she tells an empty room.

Catch the next episode of Marriage Boot Camp Reality Stars this Friday at 9 pm est on WE tv.



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