By Ekin Karasin For Daily Mail Australia Published: 22:33 EST, 2 February 2018 | Updated: 04:53 EST, 3 February 2018 She caused concern after revealing she feels a "deep sadness" that even "powerful pills" can"t help to ease.And Chloe Lattanzi raised eyebrows once again on Saturday, when she...
She caused concern after revealing she feels a ‘deep sadness’ that even ‘powerful pills’ can’t help to ease.
And Chloe Lattanzi raised eyebrows once again on Saturday, when she complained that she needed to get her social life back but was ‘so bad’ at interaction.
The 32-year-old daughter of Olivia Newton-John also hinted that she was ‘losing it’ in an Instagram video posted on her account.
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Cryptic: Chloe Lattanzi raised eyebrows on Saturday, when she complained that she needed to get her social life back but was ‘so bad’ at interaction
Sharing a clip of herself pouting in a low-cut Bardot top, Chloe wrote: ‘Yeaahhhh. I need my social life back. But I’m so bad at it.’
She added in the caption: ‘Losing it is a right of passage (sic).’
It comes after Chloe, who has battled depression for 15 years, opened up about her ‘deep sadness’.
Sharing a post of herself posing in a field of flowers, she wrote: ‘Color Can bring me out of a deep sadness, and these powerful pills we r offered make my dark deeper.’
‘Make my darkness deeper’: It comes after the daughter of Olivia Newton-John revealed her ‘deep sadness’ via social media on Wednesday
The caption began: ‘The beauty of the flowers so delicate yet vibrant, captivating my vision.
‘Just being, just existing! Capture my attention when I can barley listen to the loud most people speak.’
Last week, she revealed how her 15-year battle with depression inspired her 2016 pop album, ‘No Pain’.
Oh dear: The 32-year-old daughter of Olivia Newton-John also hinted that she was ‘losing it’ in an Instagram video posted on her account
The 32-year-old shared the album art via Instagram on Friday, which showed her on her knees in a sparse room, alongside a teddy bear and some deflated balloons.
‘When you come out of your depression for the first time in 15 years, a thousand unsung melodies race through your larynx and battle each other to become real,’ she wrote in the caption.
‘To become someone’s escape, someone’s love song, someone’s sympathetic ear. Each song has a soulmate. Have you found yours?’
Cryptic: ‘Color Can bring me out of a deep sadness, and these powerful pills we r offered make my dark deeper,’ part of the cryptic caption read
The starlet has previously been open about her difficult upbringing and past mental health issues.
She battled anorexia as a teenager and later body dysmorphia, entering rehab in 2013.
In her early twenties, she developed a $130-a-day cocaine addiction.
She also started to ‘self-medicate’ by drinking a bottle of vodka a day and mixing alcohol with prescription sedative Xanax.
To talk to someone about suicide please contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or visit lifeline.org.au, or the Suicide Call Back Service on 1300 659 467 or visit suicidecallbackservice.org.au.
‘Just being’: Praising the stillness of flowers, she also offered: ‘Just being, just existing! Capture my attention when I can barley listen to the loud most people speak’
Mama’s girl! Chloe Lattanzi is the daughter of Australian showbiz legend Olivia Newton-John
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