Kelly Osbourne criticises 'friends' of Amy Winehouse
Kelly Osbourne has criticised "friends" of Amy Winehouse who have spoken to the media about the singer.
The TV presenter posted the remarks on Twitter the day after attending her close friend's funeral in north London.
The 26-year-old, who regularly posts to her million-plus followers, tweeted: "Any 'friend' of amy's talking 2 the press/tv are not her actual friends.
"Her real friends have more dignity then to get $ 2 talk about her!" she added.
Former Big Brother contestant Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace is among those who have spoken about the singer.
She made an emotional appearance on ITV's This Morning on Wednesday but did not attend the funeral the previous day.
Guests at the north London service, which was held for close family and friends, included producer Mark Ronson and stylist Alex Foden.
Earlier on Wednesday, Kelly Osbourne spoke out against her former fiance Luke Worrall on Twitter after accusing him of writing negative comments about her while she was at the funeral.
She tweeted: "@luke_worrall it was fine when my Kellyphant ass was paying 4everything wasn't it? I just didn't think u could get much lower but u did #wow.
"@luke_worrall you've made it very clear u only dated me 4 my life style but s*** tweets about me the day I'm @ a funeral u have hit a new low."
Kelly got engaged to the DJ and model in November 2008 but they split up in July 2010.