Former Bond girl Lana, 71, posted a disturbing message on March 23, claiming she had been tossed out onto the street.
“I have just been evicted from my home where I've lived for seven years,” she wrote.
“I got ten days to move, don't have moving money, don't know if there's anything available, have no one to take in a family of six,” Lana continued.
What’s more, Lana claimed, “My daughters COPD has worsened and her cancer is back.”
“My grandchildren are hysterical,” she claimed.
But most chillingly of all, she warned, “I have to somehow remain calm, and not kill myself.”
Though her movie career has waned, Lana has continued to work as an advocate for finding out what really happened to her sister Natalie.
Ever since the Hollywood icon’s 1981 death, Lana has begged Robert Wagner, the husband who was with Natalie on the Splendour yacht when she drowned, to give cops more details about the fateful night.
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- ‘All Leads Have Been Exhausted’: Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department CONFIRMS Murder Probe Into Robert Wagner Moved To Cold Case
“I won’t rest until she gets justice,” she’s said.
Lana did not immediately respond to Radar’s request for comment.
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