'I went out last night and p****d my sobriety away': admits Olivia Newton-John's daughter Chloe Lattanzi after her stint in rehab for cocaine and alcohol addiction
She spent seven months in a rehabilitation facility to help her combat her drug and alcohol addiction.
But Olivia Newton-John's daughter Chloe Lattanzi has admitted to falling off the wagon.
The 29-year-old model revealed she broke her sobriety on Tuesday in a candid admission posted to social media the following day.
Sharing a photo of herself on Instagram, the heavily made up 29-year-old wrote: 'If you're sober stay sober. I went out last night and p****d my sobriety away'.
'For anyone out there struggling with addiction. I feel you.
'Keep your sobriety. You never regret not drinking,' she continued.
Staring blankly into the lens, the accompanying image sees the singer pull a sheer white blouse over her chest.
Her bright orange bra is visible through the thin layers of the fabric and she pouts her lips, adorned with lashings of pink lipstick, to camera.
Chloe, who often makes light of her troubled past on social media, is wearing a different outfit in a bizarre video posted just a few hours earlier which appears to have been recorded inside of a pub or bar.
With her arm wrapped around a male friend, the footage sees her throwing her head back and staring seemingly wide eyed to camera while the man slurs incomprehensible song lyrics.
After making her admission on Wednesday, the beauty shared a poignant quote with her friends and followers.
'The only person you should try to be better than, is the person you were yesterday,' it read.
Back in November, the model and recording artist said she blames anxiety for sending her life into a self-destructive spiral, beginning with anorexia and ending with cocaine, vodka and antidepressant abuse.
Sending her into a terrifying meltdown, she sought treatment for her cocaine and alcohol habits in September 2012 and she underwent a seven month stay in a rehabilitation facility.
'I had blackouts', Chloe told Mail On Sunday back in November, 'I would stay up on three-day-long binges without ever going to sleep. Days and weeks started to blend together.'
'Later, being drunk and high became so routine that I would be high in front of my mum – and I don’t think she even noticed because it was such a normal state for me to be in.'
She added that at age 22 she moved into a flat with friends and soon began spending US$130 a day on cocaine and downing a bottle of vodka daily.
'I never developed any tools for coping with my emotions. The only way I knew how to deal with emotional stress was through self-harm. That’s why I started doing drugs and drinking,
'The first time I tried cocaine I felt such relief. It took my anxiety away.
'I got to the stage where the first thing I did each morning was to do cocaine. I was drinking and partying and going crazy.'
Chloe is currently attending the Songwriting School of Los Angeles and working on the soundtrack to a movie.
She told the May/June issue of the Malibu Times she hopes to work with Lady Gaga in the future.
'I want to improve on my craft even more and I'm writing some music for a film right now that's being shot,' she said
'I'm currently putting my catalouge of music together to shop around publishing companies, and my dream is to write for Lady Gaga.'
The star signed a record contract at the young age of 15, and states that the trappings of fame were where her deep-seeded anxiety came from.
Chloe, whose father is American performer Matt Lattanzi who Newton-John divorced in 1995, spent the majority of last year in a sober living facility after the pressure of growing up in the spotlight prompted her rapid descent into drug and alcohol abuse.
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PUBLISHED: 22:33 EST, 14 May 2014 | UPDATED: 23:35 EST, 14 May 2014
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