Inside Euphoria star Chloe Cherry's eating disorder & mental health nightmare during teen porn career before stardom

GO inside Euphoria star Chloe Cherry's eating disorder and mental health nightmare during her teen porn career before she reached Hollywood fame.

In an interview with Call Her Daddy with Father Cooper, Chloe, 24, opened up about how her previous porn career had an effect on her body image. 


Chloe's career in the adult film industry started back in 2015.

She has filmed about 172 adult movies, according to The Focus.

The Euphoria star mentioned how she was "born for porn" and admitted feeling "super comfortable."

She revealed: "When you’re just able to do it, like how some people are just able to open their mouth and sing a song really well – like some people just have these skills, these talents, they just have this ability."

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But then, the former porn star recalled being called "fat" by an agent in the tripe X-rated industry.

When she was at the age of 18, Chloe claimed: “He said, 'Everyone says that you’re fat and the fastest way to lose weight is by not eating.'"

“He said that to me and I was like, ‘What the f**k?'”

She continued: “He said that to me when I was 18, and it was so f**king freaky because no one in my whole life had ever said that I was fat and then it just became an obsession.” 

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Her "obsession" turned into a strict diet, which had been limited to 200 calories a day.

The HBO star claimed to have hid the eating disorder by going through the motions of drinking one green juice a day.

Chloe revealed how she was "just miserable" and was "not treating my body well."

The TV star's image of herself now changed and that her "body actually looks better than it ever has my entire f**king life.”

She concluded: “I do not restrict my diet whatsoever. 

"And that’s why I think a lot of people don’t think that I went through an eating disorder because I’m skinnier now than I was even though I was starving myself then.”

EUPHORIA


During the second season of Euphoria, the actress plays Faye, the ditsy girlfriend of one of Fezco's drug-dealer buddies, Custer.

Fay also happens to be a heroin addict, who is way over her head.

Chloe stumbled upon Hollywood when Euphoria showrunner Sam Levinson – the son of Rain Man director Barry Levinson – discovered her Instagram page.

In an interview with Nylon, she said that the Assassination Nation filmmaker "thought I was funny.

WHEN HOLLYWOOD CALLS

She remembered how the audtion process went: "Then a casting company had me the audition, so I sent in tapes and stuff.

"Then when I went in to do the audition, [Sam] was like, 'Oh, I was hoping it would be good.' And I was, 'Wow, that's incredible.'"

Chloe confessed about being a "huge fan" of the teen drama's first season and gushed about being "absolutely unreal" to work with the ensemble cast.

She continued: "To see it all close up is just so incredible.

"It was just so much talent in one room, so much sense of humor, and just great sense of fashion."

HER CHARACTER

Chloe described Faye as "elusive" as if "someone that the viewer can continue to feel through."

She concluded: "It's an intense thing.

"And I think that we can all relate to her because we've all gone through things and been trying to come out of it.

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"And I think that she is relatable in that way, but then also it makes her normal, as non-normal as she is."

Euphoria has been renewed for a third season and is expected to air on HBO sometime in late 2023 or early 2024.



If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call or text the National Eating Disorders Association at 800-931-2237, or chat with volunteers online.

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