That’s the latest theory circulating after 25-year-old socialite Peaches Geldof’s autopsy came back “inconclusive” following her death on Monday.
Authorities have already ruled out foul play. No illicit drugs or suicide note was found in the Kent home where her body was discovered either. However, the “sudden” death has put some recent quotes she gave to OK! magazine in a new light.
“I do diet–I do juicing. You juice vegetables and then you drink it three times a day,” she said in 2011. “It’s gross. I do it usually for about a month. I have no willpower but with the juicing I’m like: ‘I have to do it because I have to lose this extra ten pounds.’ I’ll lose it and then I’m back going mental for the chips. I juice and then I eat chips.”
Again, three times a day…for about a month at a time. That can’t be healthy.
Even crazier is a blind item fueling an added rumor that it wasn’t a “diet” at all, but a “purification” ritual prescribed by the Church of Scientology, which she belonged to. (Hopefully that isn’t true.)