Kelly LeBrock — once the sexiest girl on the planet in her 1980s movies, “The Woman in Red” and “Weird Science” — left Hollywood behind and vanished!
The 57-year-old ex-model, who begged, “Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful,” in Pantene Shampoo ads, blames her disappearing act on an explosive nine-year marriage to action star Steven Seagal, who she starred with in the 1990 action thriller, “Hard To Kill.”
“I hated myself,” admits the mother of three grown children. “I became a hermit. The divorce was very ugly.”
She quit Hollywood for a farmhouse in Santa Barbara where she tends to pigs and horses as her film career evaporated.
She made rare appearances on reality shows like “Celebrity Fit Club” in 2006, where she battled her bulge and in 2014 was sentenced to three years’ probation for DUI.
“I’ve basically been living in the wilderness with no TV for 24 years!” admitted LeBrock.
The former actress is reportedly writing a tell-all book about her stormy marriage and her drug demons.
She also appears in the upcoming reality show “Growing Up Supermodel” that follows her daughter Arissa’s budding plus-size modeling career.