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Accused of lying about her multiple sclerosis to hide a failed surgery, Christina Applegate responds


For her first appearance on the red carpet since the revelation of her multiple sclerosis, the American actress had to face an unexpected attack.

A few days ago, Christina Applegate was invited to the Critics Choice Awards.

An appearance on the red carpet noticed since it was the first awards ceremony attended by the actress since the revelation of her multiple sclerosis diagnosed in August 2021. Although she had already appeared with a cane during the inauguration of his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame last November.

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For the occasion, the actress opted for a black tuxedo accessorized with a wide belt.

She also wore a matching mask.

An evening where she notably posed entwined with Julia Roberts.

As a result of this event, Christina Applegate had to face an accusation that she did not like.

On her Twitter account, she posted a screenshot accompanied by this caption: "So I had the bad idea to go and look at some comments seen under the article of a people magazine about me and my daughter when we came to the CCAs.

Of course, I told him

(his daughter, editor's note)

that it was not nice.

His answer: what's wrong with people?

I laughed."

The remark in question accuses him of lying about his multiple sclerosis and hiding a failed surgery.

“Multiple sclerosis doesn't turn someone that way, but surgery does.

And you're a hustler and not Christina Applegate.

And with a bad surgeon to boot.”

Her community hastened to reassure her and encourage her to ignore these remarks.

"Rule number 1 on Twitter: never read comments!"

writes one of them.

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The one who was revealed by the series

Married, two children

had to face a physical change the year following the diagnosis.

She notably took twenty pounds and confided to the

New York Times

in November that "this is the first time that people will see me as I am."

Fortunately, the actress who is in the cast of the series

Dead To Me

has decided to take things with humor "to fight against this very difficult disease" and as she confided in an interview with Kelly Clarkson: "I want those who see me as a disabled person feel comfortable.

We can laugh about it.”

The actress also thanked the Doc Martens brand yesterday on the social network Twitter, whose boots she wore for the awards evening: “Usually, I cannot wear shoes because her neuropathy is too painful.

But with these Dr Martens, I was able to walk normally and stand without falling,” she wrote, adding that this was important information for “MS (multiple sclerosis) warriors.”

Source: lefigaro

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