Friday, August 25, 2017

Blind Items Revealed #4

January 27, 2017

Lyme Disease for celebrities is the new way to pop pills and get away with ever increasing bizarre behavior. Oh, and if things go bad, you can go to some center in the middle of nowhere to get treatment (rehab). This former child actress turned bazillionaire has caught on to the game.

Ashley Olsen

20 comments:

Joel Theriot said...

Is that the one that had the apartment where Heath Ledger killed himself?

sandybrook said...

She might have been the trend setter because it was about a year and a half before this blind that a report came out she was seriously ill with late stage Lyme disease. So if she disappeared again here, it wasn't the first time.

TellMeLies said...

No. I think that was Mary Kate

longtimereader said...

They are the creepy girls from 'the shinning' grown up aren't they?

Marlo said...

Wasn't it an accidental overdoes?
Those twins are fucking creepy AF.
Everything about them is weird, clothes, husbands, everything, but the worst are their super intense-yet totally disconnected stares into the camera at events.
It's like they are on a different planet, while simultaneously staring though the lens, right into your soul.

Do Tell said...

I feel like I remember celeb Lyme disease stories before her.

guestpass said...

I don't know them personally, but I do know a few people who actually went to high school with them/were in similar circles.

They are on benzos. Straight up. I'm not judging by any means, it's gotta be a difficult life(in spite of all the money) where they literally grew up in front of the camera. They do deserve their privacy, and my guess would be that their upbringing contributed to extreme social anxiety. I've heard they partied hard in high school(but is that really surprising?) and probably just want to live their life on their own terms now. I get it.

James Dean said...

Lyme is actually very rare, it amazes me how many celebs claim to have it.

Meanwhile autoimmune disorders among young women is very common, harder to diagnose, treat, and prove whether or not someone does have it.

Siliconlifeform said...

Seriously, when would she come in contact with a tick? The black plague would be more believable.

Sue said...

Both twins had to endure trauma-based mind control. Is it any wonder the poor things are so messed up?

Momo Kiki said...

I have an autoimmune disease and it took months to be diagnosed

inga said...

olsen twins were victims of full house of creeps from stroller' age...

Meh said...

Celebs always fart out the best excuses. The rest of us have to deal with pesky things known as "consequences " .

Phyllis Whitweed said...

I think if they say autoimmune they'll have a harder time getting cast and insured for production.

Scandi Sanskrit said...

I woke-up with a dully-sore right hand one morning thinking I'd accidentally fractured a bone (I'm clumsy like that) in October/November 2013. I thought I shouldn't have drove myself to the hospital with a "broken hand", but I did... It took me until around July 2015 to get a proper diagnosis (as in, find out exactly which autoimmune disorder it was).

Scandi Sanskrit said...

Okay, I just realised I made myself sound like an irresponsible idiot: I thought I'd broken my right PINKY FINGER (which isn't such a stretch because my clumsiness broke both my pinky toes in the past—one won't even bend that far anymore). So it wasn't like I was actually driving with a broken hand (like my palm was broken) just that my pinky finger was sore so I drove with that finger stuck out.

Fairylights said...

Depends on where in the country you live, in the neighborhood where we lived in NJ it seemed like every few weeks someone else was coming up with it, and I know all five of my family had Lyme Disease when we lived there. That said....where'd she think she'd find a deer tick in the city?

Alice Hastings said...

Lyme disease isn't rare at all, especially in certain locales . I've had it twice and many of my relatives and friends have had it. We know how to spot it and if caught early, is easily treated with antibiotics. Late stage lyme can be quite serious, however, and can cause brain damage and heart damage. Not everyone gets the tell tale rash or knows what it means. My first case, very late stage, took a year or so to treat. Very common disease.

Karena said...

Do you think this is why Elizabeth Olsen has risen in the ranks of acting. Is she a replacement for the twins since it's like they have given up on acting?

Karena said...

I've actually have seen some pretty convincing clips on YouTube about what went on behind the scenes of that show. Very perverted, pedophilic type of behavior with most of it coming from Bob Saget which was very shocking. I had no idea that man was such a nasty creep!