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Sharon Stone (who’s worth $60MILLION!) says it’s ‘very expensive to be famous’, reveals she can’t fly on normal airlines and has to have staff to keep her safe and stylish: ‘You have to get the check every time!’

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Sharon Stone has opened up about the dangers of being a billionaire Hollywood star in a candid new interview.

Sharon Stone has opened up about the dangers of being a billionaire Hollywood star in a candid new interview.

The Basic Interest actress, 65 years old and with an estimated fortune of $60 million, revealed that being famous is “very expensive” and that she is expected to pay the bill at dinner “always” in a new and candid chat with Fashion.

The Golden Globe winner said her star is so cool that she can no longer “get on a Delta flight” and has to employ an entourage of staff to maintain her style and ensure her safety.

She said: “It’s very expensive to be famous.” You go out to dinner and there are 15 people at the table, and who gets the bill? You get the $3,000 dinner check every time.”

The star added up her expenses, including her house: her team of staff, from publicists to security to makeup artists.

Sharon Stone has opened up about the dangers of being a billionaire Hollywood star in a candid new interview.

The Basic Interest actress, 65 years old and with an estimated net worth of $60 million, revealed that being famous is

The Basic Interest actress, 65 and worth an estimated $60 million, revealed that being famous is “very expensive” and that she is expected to pay the bill at dinner “always” in a candid new chat with InStyle.

Sharon said she’s too well-known to take flights on commercial airlines, saying, “At least now (people) understand that Jennifer Lawrence can’t just get on a plane.” Nicole Kidman can’t jump to Delta. Sharon Stone can’t do it either, whether she makes many movies or not.

‘(People) think, ‘What have you been up to?’ And it’s like, Dude, they know me in the Amazon rainforest. It’s tampons, swabs and Sharon Stone.

The star looked sensational in the shoot, emulating her iconic film Basic Instinct as she showed off her legs in a white robe worn over underwear and teamed with sparkly heels.

In October in an interview with British Vogue, The Oscar-nominated actress recalled the near-fatal stroke she suffered in 2001, and the doctors she said initially misdiagnosed her medical emergency and nearly sent her home without treatment.

The star She explained that the pain in her head was a “lightning-like” sensation just before she was rushed to the hospital all those years ago.

“I remember waking up on a stretcher and asking the boy who was carrying her where he was going, and he told me, ‘brain surgery,'” the actress recalled. “A doctor decided, without my knowledge or consent, that I should perform exploratory brain surgery and sent me to the operating room.”

She maintains that medical staff did not take her description of her pain level seriously and, as a result, missed the brain hemorrhage: “They missed it on the first angiogram and decided she was faking it,” Stone told the publication. .

The hemorrhage left her with a nine-day brain bleed and a 1% chance of survival after surgery.

The star looked sensational in the shoot, emulating her iconic 1992 film Basic Instinct (pictured) as she showed off her legs in a white robe worn over underwear and teamed with sparkly heels.

The star looked sensational in the shoot, emulating her iconic 1992 film Basic Instinct (pictured) as she showed off her legs in a white robe worn over underwear and teamed with sparkly heels.

Sharon rocked smoky eye makeup and pink lipstick for the shoot.

Sharon rocked smoky eye makeup and pink lipstick for the shoot.

When Stone became aware of the doctors’ plan to perform exploratory brain surgery, he did everything he could to make it known that he had not approved the operation.

Now, looking back some two decades later, Stone has a new perspective on how patients are treated.

“What I learned through that experience is that in a medical environment, women often just aren’t heard, particularly when there isn’t a female doctor,” said the Meadville, Pennsylvania, native.

As it happens, Stone’s best friend was by her side at the hospital and was able to be her advocate, which ultimately resulted in her having a second angiogram.

“My best friend convinced them to give me a second one and they discovered that I had had a hemorrhage in my brain, in my entire subarachnoid complex, and that my vertebral artery was ruptured,” Stone explained, before adding: “I would have died if I had been sent home.’

Having lost a significant amount of weight during his hospital stay, Stone had difficulty walking and stuttered when speaking.

In October, Sharon revealed that she suffered a brain hemorrhage in 2001 and that doctors thought she was

In October, Sharon revealed that she suffered a brain hemorrhage in 2001 and that doctors thought she was “faking it,” in an interview with British Vogue.

“I remember waking up on a stretcher and asking the boy who was carrying her where he was going, and he told me, ‘brain surgery,'” the actress recalled. ‘A doctor had decided, without my knowledge or consent, that I should perform exploratory brain surgery and sent me to the operating room’; Stone appears in 2001, just before suffering a brain hemorrhage.

“I bled so much in my subarachnoid pool (head, neck and spine) that the right side of my face fell off, my left foot dragged a lot and I stuttered a lot,” he revealed.

As a result, Stone now takes daily medication for stuttering and severe brain seizures.

“For the first few years I also had these strange knuckle-shaped knots that appeared all over the top of my head and felt like they were hitting me,” he confessed. “I can’t express how painful it all was.”

Earlier this month, Stone said People that his vision was also affected and that he suffered memory loss during the initial stages of his recovery.

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