In what is now truly old news, Shenae Grimes has answered accusations that she’s just too skinny even for LA. The 90210 star has belatedly responded to claims that she has an eating disorder, a result of maintaining that severely skinny frame.
“I really can’t help what someone thinks of me because they are reading a paper and choosing to believe it,” says Grimes in a recent issue of People.
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Mary-Kate Olsen, one of the most famous twins in the world, is currently in a New York hospital. Don’t get your gossip into gear yet – this time, the 21-year-old actress isn’t suffering from an eating disorder, say her reps. According to reports, Olsen has a kidney infection which put her into the ER. She is now resting and will reportedly be released in one or two days.
Despite the problems that plagued her in the past, Mary-Kate recently told reporters she has been in good health. Olsen has been working on several projects lately, including a stint on Showtime’s Weeds.
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Finally, Nicole Richie is doing something about her shrinking size. The ultra-skinny co-star of The Simple Life is now looking for help—her publicist told E! News that Richie has gone to a facility “to undergo diagnostic treatment to determine why she’s not been putting on any weight.” The rep further said, “She is working with a team of doctors and specialists whose focus is nutrition. It is important to Nicole that she achieve this goal in a healthy way, [but] this is not a treatment for an eating disorder.” For now, production of The Simple Life is on hold. Her weight has been of question lately—her response was that it was due to the stress of her breakup with Adam “DJ AM” Goldstein.
Last month, Richie responded to a CNN report that she was seeking treatment for anorexia, saying “Contrary to CNN’s false accusations, I did not check myself into an eating disorder rehab… I do not have an eating disorder, and I don’t know how many times I have to say it.” She also spoke out on the Tyra Banks Show, once again denying any eating disorder.
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