Olivia Newton-John's 30-year-old daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, has reignited fears she's facing personal problems again, following the publication of a series of disturbing Instagram photos focussing on her unnaturally thin waist.
Posting a new photo overnight highlighting her extreme hour glass shape, fans are now asking if the bizarre shape is the result of photoshopping or Chloe's reported obsession with corseting.
It's well known that only-child Chloe suffered with body image issues through her younger years. Coupled that with her reported $415,000 plastic surgery history, the sensitive starlet has long appeared to obsess over her body.
Chloe has admitted to editing her other images in the past. She posted the below photo on Instagram only six days ago, after another fan called her out on making small tweaks to her appearance.
"A good thing happened. I thought I looked fat so I photoshopped myself a little thinner. Then someone called me out, and I'm glad they did," she said.
"Here's the real me and my real waist. The pants I was wearing make me look chunky down there so I tried to fix it. But looking at it now I look fine.
"Thank whoever you were for calling me out on my bulls**t. I've got to remember [I'm] never going to be perfect.
"I should represent my flaws. So here I am, flaws and all," she said.
A source claims that Lattanzi's mother, Olivia, 68, is desperately worried about her daughter and her obsession with body image. Now fans around the world are hoping the starlet has a healthier outlet to focus on, as she ramps up her bid to launch a singing career.
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