Olivia Newton-John’s daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, looked unrecognizable during a red carpet appearance with her mom, fueling rumors she has gone overboard with plastic surgery. Lattanzi fired back at bullies who criticized her looks, saying she feels sorry for jealous haters.
“Got my first negative comment calling me a trashy no-talent slut,” Chloe wrote on Instagram Aug. 10. “Success and happiness is a magnet for jealousy and hate. If someone try’s to hurt you it is only because they want what you have. Because they are so filled with self-hatred.”
Lattanzi, 29, was trashed online by trolls who said she looked “botched, old and plastic.” Chloe was accused of being addicted to plastic surgery for allegedly getting breast implants, Botox and lip injections. She was also told she looked like a “washed-up porn star” and a “blonde bimbo” with a bad wig.
Lattanzi, who has battled anorexia, clinical depression and drug addiction, hit back at haters, telling her fans they should ignore critics and always follow their dreams.
“Remember, a powerful woman/man who goes after their dreams is a scary thing for some people,” Chloe wrote. “No normal person will ever try to hurt you or make you feel bad about yourself. Only a sicko will. So girls with big boobs, big lips and short skirts, you’re a sexy bombshell, not a slut! And dey all just jealous.”
Lattanzi and her mom, Olivia Newton-John, recently premiered their new music video, “You Have to Believe,” which is a remix of Newton-John’s 1980 hit “Magic.” In the sexy video, Chloe shows off her slim body in racy, body-hugging outfits.
Battled Anorexia and Drug Addiction
In 2013, Lattanzi revealed she suffered from anorexia for many years but recovered from the eating disorder with therapy, rehab and medication.
“My eating disorder started when I was 15 and carried on until my early twenties,” Chloe told ABC News. “I had anxiety attacks and needed to find a way of feeling in control of something. Food was the one thing I could be in control of.”
Chloe’s anorexia was exacerbated by her dangerous drug and alcohol addiction. At one point, Lattanzi spent $100 a day on cocaine and drank an entire bottle of vodka every day to cope with anxiety. “I would be out partying every night at different Hollywood clubs, running into other young celebrities like Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton,” she said.
Chloe, the daughter of Olivia Newton-John and her first husband, actor Matt Lattanzi, said early fame contributed to her self-destructive slide into addiction. “Fame totally messes you up,” said Chloe. “I don’t blame my mother for my problems, but I would never want to be famous or raise a child of my own around the cult of celebrity. It ruins lives.”
Lattanzi, who nabbed a record a deal at age 15, said society’s pathological obsession with fame fuels drug, alcohol and other addictions. “It’s disturbing that everyone wants to be famous these days,” Chloe said. “Our culture is sick.”