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Audrina Patridge's Mom Apologies for Drunken "Dancing with the Stars" Rant

Lynn and Audrina Patridge celebrate Audrina's 25th birthday at Las Palmas Latin Supper Club on May 9, 2010 in Hollywood, Calif. (Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Las Palmas)
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Lynn and Audrina Patridge on May 9, 2010 in Hollywood, Calif. (Christopher Polk/Getty Images for Las Palmas)

NEW YORK (CBS) After Audrina Patridge was booted off "Dancing with the Stars" last week, her mom, Lynn Patridge, had no reservations about sharing her feelings on the surprise elimination.

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While outside of Eva Longoria's Los Angeles restaurant Beso on Wednesday, the elder Patridge jumped on the opportunity to tell paparazzi in an expletive-filled rant that her daughter is destined for bigger and better things.

Meanwhile, "Dancing With The Stars" continues its 11th-season competition tonught with another celebrity going home on Tuesday.

"Audrina is going to f---ing rise. She's got class. You know why? She's a Polish, Catholic, f---ing full-on Italian," she slurred to Hollywoodtv.com while holding a cigarette. "Not only that, she was raised right. And I don't give a s--t. It's all American."

"I've been a celebrity mom for eight years through this 'Hills' bull-," she added, "but Audrina is going to the next level. She's got it in her. She's a sweetie."

She also called Audrina's former "Hills" co-stars "tramps," and in particular took jabs at Lauren Conrad.

"We're going to f---ing smoke, especially Lauren Conrad's pissy a-- little fashion s---," she said, referring to Audrina's newly signed VH1 reality show deal. "That b---h wants to bring it on? Let's go!"

A day after the video of her alcohol-induced tirade hit the web, Patridge apologized for her words and behavior.

In an statement, obtained by E! Online, Patridge said, "I am sincerely sorry for the negative things I said in the heat of the moment."

"As a mother, there is no pain in this world like seeing your children upset. I am so proud of my daughter and all she has accomplished on 'Dancing with the Stars.' I was extremely emotional after her elimination - it just came as such a shock. I want to apologize for offending anyone."