Sharon Stone, 64, reveals she was DUMPED by a younger man after she refused to get Botox
Sharon Stone suffered a catastrophic brain aneurysm in 2001 and took two years off from acting to recover
Sharon Stone claims that she lost a romance with a younger man because she refused to have Botox. 'The Basic Instinct' star was featured on the cover of the September issue of Vogue Arabia where she opened up about various things, including her recent breakup. Stone admitted her opposition to cosmetic procedures came up when her young lover inquired about her usage of Botox. According to Vogue Arabia, she responded back by saying, "It would probably be really good for your ego and mine if I did."
Stone claimed that the relationship broke up soon after that encounter. After the Botox debate, she only saw him once, and she claimed he wasn't interested in seeing her any longer. Sharon said, "If you don't see me for more than that, you'll please find your way to the exit.” Although Stone did not identify the man, her most recent relationship was with the 26-year-old rapper RMR. Although it was revealed in June of last year that they had been seeing each other for many months, it is now unknown whether they are still a couple.
According to Daily Mail, prior to her marriage to journalists Phil Bronstein from 1998 to 2004, the Ratched star was wed to producer Michael Greenburg from 1984 to 1987. Roan Joseph Bronstein, who is 22 years old, is one of Stone's children with her ex-husband. She also adopted Laird Vonne, her second son, in 2005, and Quinn Kelly Stone, her third son, in 2006.
Meanwhile, during the recent interview Sharon also told that after suffering a catastrophic brain aneurysm in 2001, Stone took two years off from acting to recover. Stone told, "There were periods in the super fame when I got Botox and filler and stuff, and then I had this massive stroke and a nine-day brain hemorrhage and I had to have over 300 shots of Botox and filler to make the one side of my face come up again,” adding that cosmetic procedures turned from a "cute luxury to some kind of massive, painful neurological need" as a result.
Sharon also revealed during the interview that ageism in Hollywood is a topic that Stone does not avoid, and in the interview, she stated that beyond 45, ‘women become invisible.’ She said, "I think I can probably speak for you and the rest of the female planet when I say that there's a giant effort to make us not feel free and to feel oppressed. And I don't go for it... I feel like this is the most exciting and creative period of my life. I feel really, really happy. I've never been this joyful."