Olivia Newton-John's daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, is struggling to cope with the return of her mother's cancer -- but her deep-set internal struggles began well before Olivia's latest diagnosis.
Chloe, 31, often shares revealing selfies on Instagram, showing off her thin frame and ample cleavage. She's reportedly had $415,000 worth of cosmetic surgery, including a nose job, multiple breast augmentations, fillers and Botox, and has admitted to several of these procedures. But when a recent photo sparked criticism and concern about Chloe's size, she snapped.
The photo in question is a black-and-white shot in which the blonde is wearing a bandeau and low-cut jeans. Commenters wrote that she looked skeletal, and she deleted the photo before re-posting it with a gut-wrenching message.
"You know what. It's back up," she wrote. "Ok I'm too skinny. Say what you like. I can't care anymore. I am in so much pain and one fun thing for me to do is take pictures and be creative to forget about my troubles."
She continued: "I just got up off the floor I've been sobbing for an hour, feeling the collective energy of strangers all over the world weighing in on my family's problems. Since I was born, this has been my life. This life is also what I believe what made me sick."
Confirming longtime speculation about her mental health, she added, "The anorexia the depression. I've spent my life trying to please strangers. If I continue to do so I will die."
Olivia has not openly responded to her daughter's distressed post, but tabloids have reported that she is "devastated." She revealed in May 2017 that her breast cancer had returned after more than two decades, and it has spread to her back.
Chloe's father is Olivia's ex-husband, actor Matt Lattanzi, who was married to Olivia for more than a decade. She allegedly lives near her father in Oregon, where she owns a marijuana farm.