Gwyneth Paltrow continues to be one of the best-known actresses in Hollywood because of her never-ending frenzy. However, recently Paltrow made a revelation of the 1990s that might surprise her supporters. Gwyneth Paltrow admitted to doing cocaine and not getting caught by anyone.

In the 1990s, Gwyneth Paltrow was living large. The creator of Goop reflected on the wild decade, which benefited from a lack of social media and mobile cameras, allowing her and others to get away with illegal behavior. Paltrow stated about her cocaine history on Monday’s episode of ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden.’

“Like, you could just be at a bar and be, like, having fun, dance on a table, you could — no camera phones, especially in New York.”

“It was great. I mean, talk about doing cocaine and not getting caught!”

“Interestingly enough, there were no paparazzi. You could stumble out of a bar and go home with some rando and no one would know.”

The 50-year-old “Politician” actress has maintained an open mind about drugs, stating in 2019 that she thought psychedelics were the future of mental health treatment.

“I think how psychedelics affect health and mental health and addiction will come more into the mainstream.”

“I mean, there’s undeniably some link between being in that state and being connected to some other universal cosmic something.”

The Oscar winner has never used any kind of psychoactive substance, despite her view that ibogaine, a plant-derived substance from Gabon that Lamar Odom has used for addiction therapy, is worthwhile investigating and may help our civilization “evolve.”

“I’ve never done it. I’m terrified.”

More recently, criticism was leveled at Paltrow’s Netflix documentary series “The Goop Lab” for providing her unconventional advice, which Simon Stevens, chief executive of England’s National Health Service, stated posed a “considerable health risk” to viewers.

The company is honest, according to a Goop spokeswoman, “transparent when we cover emerging topics that may be unsupported by science or maybe in early stages of review.” What’s your take on it? For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma is a law student at Calcutta University. She writes for Thirsty for News, covering world news and entertainment. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and exploring new places.

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