Friends are fearing the worst for Academy Award–winning actress and singer Liza Minnelli, who's fought health battles and addictions to drugs and booze!
Liza has suffered a shocking relapse and is back to her old habits, gabbed a spy. In September, the daughter of Judy Garland sold her luxurious New York apartment where she'd resided for more than a decade! Now, claimed the insider, Liza is living in a rented Los Angeles home and is controlled by her assistants!
The latest drama comes after a friend received a bizarre message in which Liza seemed to be bidding farewell to close pals and adoring fans. “I wouldn’t be who I am without you, any of you — and, on top of that, I just remember all of the goodness and all of the kind wishes and the support and the friendship,” the star said in the recording released shortly after her March 12, 2016, birthday. Liza (seen here in 1970 with her director father Vincent) closed by saying: “Thank you very, very much. I’ll never ever forget you.”
“It was chilling listening to it,” a longtime Hollywood insider told The ENQUIRER after hearing the message. “Liza sounded like she was saying farewell! It was just heartbreaking. People have to be worried. You just have to wonder if she has three months left.”
The ENQUIRER reported last March that a killer combo of alcohol and prescription pills
landed the “Cabaret” star in a Malibu rehab center. Liza (seen here confined to a wheelchair last year) “spiraled out of control” after a painful new back injury which she sought help for in her fifth rehab stint, dished a source.
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While Liza’s rep denies she’s dying, her health woes have been numerous. She had two hip replacements, contracted double pneumonia in 2000, battled viral encephalitis a few months later, broke a kneecap in 2003, and fractured her wrist in three places in a 2013 tumble.
The legendary diva then underwent back surgery in 2014. “Liza has been through so much,” lamented the spy. “You just have to wonder how much more she can take. People are worried about her. Right now, all we can do is pray!”