Published: Sat, March 10, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Charlize Theron's mom helps her score marijuana: 'She's all mine'

Charlize Theron's mom helps her score marijuana: 'She's all mine'

Thanks to marijuana and her mom, Charlize Theron is sleeping easy! After quitting the drug in her 30s due to a bad reaction that caused her to stare at a refrigerator for eight hours (no joke), the 42-year-old actress is back to blazing up, and she's found the most reliable supplier: her mom.

Charlize Theron with her mother Gerda at the 78th annual Academy Awards nominees luncheon in Beverly Hills February 13, 2006.

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"She's pretty foul-mouthed. That's something from day one I was like, 'Wow!' Especially because she's so debonair and elegant, and then she has the mouth of the sailor". She picked up some cannabis-infused chocolates and mints, probably similar to these products from Kiva Confections, and gave Charlize tips on which ones work best. She says she has trouble sleeping, which I assume is due to flashbacks of the year-and-a-half of dating Sean Penn she was forced to endure.

His partner is Elaine, played by Charlize Theron. While they do take sleep medication, Charlize suggested they try a strain to get a more restful night's sleep. "Last week she showed up at my house, literally drove in her little tennis outfit and brought me a little container and just left it on my kitchen table".

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While making a press run stop on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to promote her new marijuana-centric movie "Gringo", the Oscar-winning actress set Kimmel straight that she's no cannabis novice. "You got one life to live, why not?" the star said during her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday. "I have this image of her in the store. She's just not this kind of person and buying marijuana she had like a full experience".

The cast of Gringo hit James Corden's couch together on The Late Late Show on Thursday evening (March 8) and they managed to cover a variety of fun and unexpected topics!

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