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Cheryl Cole's Brother 'Went Crazy' After Learning Truth About Father

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By Alicia Adejobi on Tuesday 9th October 2012 Photo by Daniel Deme /

Cheryl Cole has revealed that she went "crazy" when her brother Andrew learned that their father wasn't biologically related to him.

The 'Call My Name' singer dishes the details of her family life in her new autobiography, Cheryl: My Story, including the moment when she and the rest of her siblings discovered that they had different fathers and says her older brother Andrew was like a "crazy person."

"My brother Andrew had burst in the front door in a terrible rage. I'd never ever seen him in such a state and he started ranting and raving at my mum and dad," Cheryl explains.

"They looked really worried and my heart started beating super-fast. 'I'll explain it,' mum said. Her eyes looked sad and she had deep frown lines in her forehead."

"Dad had gone all quiet, which panicked me. The atmosphere felt chaotic. 'Is dad my real dad?' Andrew screamed in my mum's face. I swear the clock stopped for a second. He said someone told him in the street that my dad wasn't his real dad."

"Andrew was going so berserk that he looked like a crazy person. But however mad he looked, this was sounding horribly realistic," Cheryl revealed.

Cheryl goes on to admit that the revelation that Andrew, her older brother Joe and sister Gillian all had a different father to her and her younger brother Garry, tore the family apart.

"Mum and dad split not long after. Dad had an affair and mum tried to take him back, but they couldn't make it work anymore," Cheryl continued.

"The stress of bringing up five kids on her own, with the police banging at the door all the time, must have been hard to cope with."

In the same book, Cheryl also discussed the end of her marriage to Ashley Cole and facing death when she was struck down with malaria.

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