Heath ledger and mary kate olsen dating
Unsubstantiated rumours of drug abuse began to plague her and in 2006 Ashley filed a £20million lawsuit against the National Enquirer after it ran a story claiming: “Ashley Olsen caught in drug scandal.”The Olsens have found it hard to make the transition into adult roles.Their first feature film, 2004 comedy New York Minute, flopped at the box office.But the transition from child star to adulthood was not easy. Even after she was admitted to a Utah clinic in 2004 for six weeks of “treatment relating to an eating disorder”, according to her spokesman Michael Pagnotta, she remained painfully thin.Her private battles became so public that shops began selling T-shirts emblazoned: “Save Mary-Kate.” As their public image slipped, the twins were also targeted for attack by animal rights group PETA for their penchant for wearing fur.The drugs are better known as Oxy Contin, Valium, Restoril, Xanax and Unisom.Police have traced the source of most of Ledger’s medications.Tellingly, she was the subject of a recent TV episode: Child Stars: Where Are They Now?Mary-Kate went solo in 2006 for a cameo in the Andy Warhol-themed Factory Girl and acted in eight episodes of the drug-dealing TV drama Weeds.
Ashley Olsen was last year linked to Tour de France cycling legend Lance Armstrong, aged 36, and most recently to National Treasure actor Justin Bartha.Mary-Kate first met the star of Brokeback Mountain in 2006.Friends for two years, insiders claim they progressed to a romance after Ledger split with actress Michelle Williams, mother of his two-year-old daughter Matilda.“Mary-Kate and Heath were casually dating for three months before Heath’s death,” claims a source.She recently admitted that if she had not been acting since infancy, she probably would never have considered a showbusiness career.Detectives have been perplexed by Mary-Kate’s involvement after the death of Heath Ledger, leading to speculation that she may have been having a romance with the troubled Australian star.
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