It's been nine months since she filed for divorce from husband Chris Pratt, and still, Anna Faris does not seem to be doing so well. As RadarOnline.com readers know, the Overboard actress has been looking scary skinny as of late, prompting fans and online haters to question her health — and Us Weekly has now reported friends and family are worried about her drinking habits! Click through the gallery to learn more.
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Anna Faris, 41, is looking thinner than ever, and while she's managed to ignore the recent social media hate about her extreme weight loss, even her friends are starting to worry!
Then, this October 2, the blonde bombshell shared a snap of herself wearing tiny shorts in her bathroom. Her legs looked skeletal and pale — and online haters were sure to point it out! "Get help" wrote one user. "Eat!" wrote another. Not surprisingly, Faris took down the post minutes later.
Unfortunately, though, it's not just the trolls that have begun to notice Faris' shrinking waistline. Sources close to the Hollywood beauty told Us Weekly friends are worried about her declining health, and feel she is headed in a downward spiral.
"Anna has been drinking a lot," said an insider, adding that she's been suffering though her nasty custody agreement with Pratt. "It's not good."
"She does not have a healthy diet and starts drinking early in the day," said another source.
The news comes four months after Radar exclusively reported Faris was not yet over Pratt and had been drowning out her sorrows with wine!
While she is still with her man and Pratt is getting more and more serious with brunette stunner, Katherine Schwarzenegger, 28, it seems the ex-couple is still arguing about how to raise 6-year-old son Jack!
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