During an interview with ET's Chris Jacobs, Olivia Newton-John's daughter Chloe Lattanzi defended her actions in a controversial new music video.
The video shows Chloe appearing to snort a powdery substance, lying in a bed with slit wrists and holding a gun to her head. After the death of Amy Winehouse, the project has been steeped in controversy.
"It's so funny - I don't think I went that far," said Chloe. "It was a metaphor for what I was going through, so I wasn't like, 'Yeah I want to slit my wrist or put some electrical devices in a bathtub.' It was just about being in a lot of pain and dying inside in front of the one you love and them not noticing what you're going through."
The video called "Play with Me" is a far cry from Olivia's 1991 hit "Physical," but Chloe assured that her mom "understood."
"My mom is very proud of me," said Chloe. "She's always been supportive of me and I love her for that."
Still, after receiving such strong negative feedback, Chloe released a more positive video with the intention showing her fans that she's "alive and well."
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