tore up

tore (up)

and torn (up) and tore down
1. mod. distraught; emotionally upset. Fred’s really torn up about the accident.
2. mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. He wasn’t just drunk—he was massively tore up.
See also: tore, up
References in classic literature ?
She was tore up a good deal -- one en' of her was; but dey warn't no great harm done, on'y our traps was mos' all los'.
The helter-skelter racing that tore up the streets of San Francisco is heading for city streets across the country.
No one called me when Ed O'Bannon tore up his knee.