Olivia Newton-John's daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, has spoken out about Sunday's horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas that left 59 people dead and more than 500 wounded.
The 31-year-old took to Instagram on October 3 and said that the gunman, Stephen Paddock, wasn't to blame for the heinous attack.
On October 1, the gunman opened fire from his 32nd-floor window at the Mandalay Bay hotel on 22,000 concert goers attending the route 91 Harvest Festival.
'My heart and soul goes out to all in Las Vegas affected by this absolute tragedy,' she captioned the photo. 'I must say I do not believe the accused man is the one who did this. This may upset some, but I think there’s a much bigger darker organisation behind this abhorrent event. Look into it. It doesn’t add up.'
'We must all band together in love and compassion and realise we are all in this together. This temporary gift called life,' Chloe added.
Lattanzi has since made her Instagram private.
Chloe has also recently been spending time with her mum, Olivia Newton John, as she recovers from her second battle with breast cancer.