Entertainment

Olivia Newton-John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi ‘sparks concerns’ over UFO beliefs


Olivia Newton-John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi ‘sparks concerns’ over her UFO beliefs – but insists she doesn’t care if people think she’s ‘crazy’

Chloe Lattanzi, the daughter of singer and actress Oliva Newton-John, revealed earlier this month she believes in UFOs.

And now friends of the 35-year-old are reportedly concerned.

According to this week’s New Idea magazine, Chloe’s inner circle are baffled by her ‘peculiar’ social media posts about extraterrestrials.

Is everything okay? Olivia Newton-John’s (left) daughter Chloe Lattanzi (right) has ‘sparked concerns’ over her UFO beliefs, but the blonde says she doesn’t care if people think she’s crazy

However, the busty blonde says she doesn’t care if people think she’s ‘crazy’. 

Chloe, whose father is actor Matt Lattanzi, shared an Instagram post on April 15 that included screenshots from a Fox News report on alleged UFO sightings.

‘I’ve known UFOs were real since I was eight,’ she wrote in the caption. 

‘I saw my first in Australia hovering over the farm I lived at. I want you to know you are going to hear reports that these UFOs are a national security threat.’

She continued: ‘This is not true… I don’t care about looking crazy to anyone. If you’ve done your research you know what I’m talking about.’ 

Controversial: The 35-year-old, whose father is U.S. actor Matt Lattanzi, shared an Instagram post on April 15 that included screenshots from a Fox News report on alleged UFO sightings

Controversial: The 35-year-old, whose father is U.S. actor Matt Lattanzi, shared an Instagram post on April 15 that included screenshots from a Fox News report on alleged UFO sightings

Concerns: 'I've known UFOs were real since I was eight,' she wrote. 'I saw my first in Australia hovering over the farm I lived at. I want you to know you are going to hear reports that these UFOs are a national security threat. This is not true'

Concerns: ‘I’ve known UFOs were real since I was eight,’ she wrote. ‘I saw my first in Australia hovering over the farm I lived at. I want you to know you are going to hear reports that these UFOs are a national security threat. This is not true’

Chloe pointed her followers in the direction of Dr. Steven Greer, who is an expert on extraterrestrial intelligence. 

It comes after the Sharknado 5: Global Swarming star expressed unscientific anti-vaxxer views in an interview with the Herald Sun in January.

‘I’m not an anti-vaxxer, I’m anti putting mercury and pesticides in my body, which are in a lot of vaccines,’ said Chloe, who runs a medicinal cannabis farm in Oregon and has no medical or scientific qualifications.

She added: ‘To me real medicine is what comes from the earth. I think people trust vaccines because the doctor says it is safe. I used to.’

Controversy: It comes after the Sharknado 5: Global Swarming star expressed unscientific anti-vaxxer views in an interview with the Herald Sun in January

Controversy: It comes after the Sharknado 5: Global Swarming star expressed unscientific anti-vaxxer views in an interview with the Herald Sun in January

Chloe then claimed she’d ‘done research’ and concluded vaccines weren’t safe.

‘If I had a chance to take herbs and plants as a baby rather than have toxins injected into me I would have done that,’ she said. 

Vaccinations are vital to reducing the spread of preventable diseases, and any suggestion otherwise flies in the face of science and the advice of medical experts around the globe.

Chloe had previously shared her outrageous and unscientific views about vaccines and the Covid-19 pandemic in a bizarre Instagram rant in December.

Rant: Chloe (left) had previously shared her outrageous and unscientific views about vaccines and the Covid-19 pandemic in a bizarre Instagram rant in December

Rant: Chloe (left) had previously shared her outrageous and unscientific views about vaccines and the Covid-19 pandemic in a bizarre Instagram rant in December

In a now-deleted post, Chloe outed herself as an anti-vaxxer and claimed that face masks cause ‘health problems’.

‘Natural medicine saved my mum’s life,’ she said, referring to her mother’s long-term battle with breast cancer and well-publicised use of medical marijuana. 

‘Natural medicine is the party I belong to. Not Republican, not Democrat!’ she added.

‘What do you do when you don’t fit in a box!? When you are a vegan, cannabis growing, LGBTQ supporting Buddhist that doesn’t agree with vaccines? Anyone relate?’

Chloe was not being entirely truthful about her 72-year-old mother’s cancer treatment: while Olivia does advocate the use of marijuana to relieve pain, she has received conventional therapies as well, including radiation. 

Outed: In a now-deleted post, Chloe outed herself as an anti-vaxxer and claimed that face masks cause 'health problems'

Outed: In a now-deleted post, Chloe outed herself as an anti-vaxxer and claimed that face masks cause ‘health problems’

Advertisement



Source link

Related Articles

Back to top button