Bella Thorne Swears Off Birth Control And Tylenol

April 21, 2017 / Posted by:

Bella Thorne is 19 years old and a human party, and that’s sort of the age where a mess may want to put all kinds of drugs in their mouth. But not Bella Thorne. Bella claims she’s pharmaceutical-free. Lindsay Lohan’s unlicensed spin-off recently admitted during an interview with Yahoo! Style to promote her new show Famous in Love that  she’s “all natural.” I guess she’s just talking about meds only.

Bella got into it while discussing a recent tweet she deleted in which she claimed to have “come to the conclusion” that she struggles with depression.

“I took it down because maybe some people were hurt by what I said in some way. I just wanted to say, ‘You’re not alone.’ The people you think have the most perfect lives, don’t. I wasn’t saying that I clinically went to a doctor. I didn’t know it was a big thing. You can judge me for believing my beliefs. In my family, we never went to doctors growing up. I don’t like medication. I don’t even take birth control. I won’t even take Advil or Tylenol. I power through. I’m all natural.”

Bella is entering her horny and careless years (aka your 20s), and let me tell you from first hand experience, those are the years you want access to real medication. Sure, you can do condoms for baby-prevention and some STDs and lavender oil temple-rubs for hangover healing. But I guarantee she’ll get about 3 days into her first knee-buckling UTI before she crawls into a walk-in clinic and cries, “Fuck the magic healing powers of cranberries, hook my vagina up directly to a bottle of Ciprofloxacin.

Here’s more Bella Thorne at Freeform’s 2017 Upfront in NYC on Wednesday looking like Harley Quinn’s trashy teenage step-sister named eScooter.


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