After health problems and private life misfortunes the sexy star is back on track
Sex symbol Sharon Stone is up in arms against Hollywood managers. In an interview to the British Daily Mirror the movie star called them 'sons of bitches.' The 46-year-old diva claimed the poor management made her lose her popularity in the cinema world. In addition, the actress said she constantly suffers from fear of death after she had been operated on in September of 2001.
After recent misfortunes – an operation and divorce – Sharon Stone describes her current situation as a catastrophe. The actress said such sad experience was like a shot in the head for her. Furthermore, the ex-sex symbol fears a lot for her own life and health. Sharon still has to deal with health problems. She has to undergo various examinations, which stress her out completely. For example, one of her toes still grows numb at times. As soon she finds it out, she has to go to brain scanning procedures. The expression “you need to have your head examined” has become common for her.
In September of 2001 Sharon Stone was hospitalized with bleeding of the brain. Since that time her career has been on the road to ruin. Sharon claimed they started treating her like a sick person in Hollywood. She only managed to appear in an episode of the movie Catwalk starring Halle Berry.
Now Sharon Stone scorns her managers in newspaper interviews. The actress stated she worked hard at the age of 39 and she did not have a slightest wish to stop working in her forties.
Indeed, it is hard to imagine that movie directors and producers sympathize with starts in trouble. The history of Hollywood has a lot of examples to prove that a sweeping career may easily turn to oblivion, and the glamour will disappear as if it never existed. However, Sharon Stone's star will probably rise again: the actress is back on track to star in a sequel of her raunchy cult movie Basic Instinct.
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