Does Chloe Lattanzi Have Any Kind Of Eating Disorder? Singer Comes Up With Anorexia And Depression Conditions

Chloe Lattanzi is a singer and actress.

Chloe Lattanzi is a 36 years old American singer and actress born in Los Angeles on the 17th of January 1986 to Olivia Newton-John and Matt Lattanzi.

Lattanzi has portrayed the role of Chrissy in Hair, and she secured third place on the reality show Rock the Cradle. Likewise, as a singer, she has released songs including Wings and a Gun, Play with Me, Window in the Wall, and more.

Does Chloe Lattanzi Have Eating Disorder?

Chloe Lattanzi has had an eating disorder since she was 15 as she grew up in the limelight and always had to maintain the standard of her late mother, Olivia Newton-John, who passed on the 8th of August 2022.

A beautiful picture of Chloe with her late mother Olivia Newton-John.
A beautiful picture of Chloe with her late mother Olivia Newton-John.( Source : Instagram )

However, she has not disclosed if her disorder has gotten better or worsened throughout the years. But as per The List, Chloe shared an Instagram post that is now unavailable on how disordered eating destroyed her life. Thankfully, her condition seems to have improved, and she might follow a better diet to control her healthy eating habit.

Chloe Lattanzi's Battle With Anorexia And Depression

Lattanzi is a victim of anorexia and depression as she has always been the center of the spotlight as she was born to singer/actress Olivia Newton-John and actor Matt Lattanzi.

The pressure of growing up in Hollywood and the fame she received at a young age resulted in her having depression for 15 years, with anorexia, body dysmorphia, drug addiction, and alcohol dependency. 

Chloe underwent a physiological illness when she was just a child and self-sabotaged herself because she was internally unwell. Furthemore, she also had cocaine, alcohol, and antidepressant abuse before getting into rehab.

Fame ate her up, but the singer recovered in time before it was too late, and she has openly shared her story to make people aware of how some celebrity kids struggle with demons, and it's never too late to recover.

Chloe Lattanzi Illness And Health Update In 2022

Chloe has gotten a lot better and is recovering from anorexia which she has suffered for a long time. Her struggle with addiction has been very public, and she has been open about her experience.

She used to spend over $100 on cocaine and drank half a bottle of vodka each day during her 20s. Furthermore, she had a meltdown in 2012, as she was mixing alcohol with prescription medications and entered rehab for treatment. 

Lattanzi suffered severe anorexia and depression and she is recovering from it.
Lattanzi suffered severe anorexia and depression and she is recovering from it.( Source : Instagram )

Moreover, the singer's depression and anxiety have overshadowed her career as a singer and actress; people often forget what she is and often remember her for her past battle with health issues. Likewise, she underwent numerous plastic surgery procedures, exceeding over $500,000.

Lattanzi was doing better with the support of her beloved mother, who passed away at 73 leaving her only child behind; she lost her battle with cancer at her Santa Ynez Valley home in California. We are at a loss of phrases to express our grief on hearing the heartbreaking news, and may God provide the singer with the strength to overcome the sorrow.

Where Is Chloe Lattanzi Now?

Chloe resides in Oregon, where she started a marijuana business with her fiancé James Driskill, and together they run a cannabis farm.

They have not only cannabis but also Bio Harmonic Tonic, a microbial product to help gardens and plants flourish; furthermore, everything on their farm is organic.

Lattanzi is engaged to her long-time partner James Driskill.
Lattanzi is engaged to her long-time partner James Driskill.( Source : Instagram )

The singer has not limited herself to the entertainment industry and has gotten into the business world with the support of her long-time lover James. Likewise, she also participated in Australia's Dancing with the Stars, showcasing her talent for who she is and not the mental illness she has overcome.