Rumor: The Olsen Twins Forced Elizabeth Olsen To Do So Much Coke She Needed A Nose Job

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Ugh, I hate to have to be the one to tell you this because I love Elizabeth Olsen and I see such a bright and shiny career for her. Especially with her new film Silent House opening this weekend.

But I wouldn't be doing my job if I didn't tell you what I read on Blind Gossip today. Now, before you freak out and burn all your Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen movies (like they burned their mother by always pretending she was dead), remember this is just a blind item. It might not be true. It might just be salacious gossip designed to bring down the up-and-coming actress.

But just in case it's not, you should know what it says:

Which B list always movie actress was introduced to c*ke by her sisters who are also famous. Their favorite game was watching their not even teen sister get high on c*ke. That turned into an add*ction which turned into a nose job. A not very good one, but her acting career has not suffered.

Everyone's guessing the Olsen family because all the clues seem to fit.

1. Elizabeth is a B-list movie actress.

2. Her sisters are famous.

3. It was rumored A LOT that the Olsens did coke in high school. Even their former bodyguard said it was true.  That would fit the timeline of a “not even teen” sister.

Despite all the clues adding up to be Elizabeth Olsen, there is some good news. In 2011 Dr. Michael Salzhauer, a Miami plastic surgeon says, “Elizabeth Olsen appears to be a naturally beautiful young woman.  Her nose does not appear to have been altered and her lips, although very full, look very natural.”

So it could all just be a big lie. A fake blind item. A different pair of sisters.

But if it is true, it does change how I feel about the twins. Not only did they crush me years ago with that disgusting mess they called New York Minute, but they then turned out to be college drop-outs after all their claims of being “totally normal” during high school interviews.

As someone who worshipped them as a child and made my mother take me to Wal-Mart to look at their line when it launched and applied to NYU with the hopes of running into them, I took all of this very hard when it went down. And now I find out they might have made their tween sister get high. No words for my disappointment right now.

If only I was Danny Tanner and could send them to their room.

(Photo: Coco Perez)