A shocked Olivia Newton-John has been caught up in drug headlines, thanks to a newspaper report linking her to troubled daughter Chloe Lattanzi’s alleged new life as a marijuana farmer.
According to a report today by British newspaper the Daily Mail, Olivia has indirectly contributed to Chloe and fiance James Driskill’s new venture by funding the purchase of land for them in Oregon. Cannabis farming is legal there.
The engaged pair have given up on LA to move to the dope-friendly state, made possible by the cash injection from generous Olivia. Insiders insist the straight-laced star has not directly funded their farming plans, and the money was provided for housing as they establish their new lives.
Olivia’s rep confirms she 'loaned her daughter money' so she could have 'a fresh start when she moved to Oregon'.
Chloe has long struggled with body image and confidence issues, derailing her attempts at launching a singing career.