FEARS BEHIND BETTY'S 100TH BIRTHDAY BASH
Globe|January 17, 2022
Beloved legend suffering in secret

AILING Betty White's star-studded 100th birthday celebration is being treated as a sad farewell behind the scenes as the beloved showbiz legend secretly battles health issues, insiders say.

The once bubbly broad from The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Golden Girls is now frail, losing her memory and suffering chronic pain so agonizing she can barely walk, sources claim.

The few times she's been spotted out, she was clinging to an aide for support.

"She's toothpick-thin and very feeble," says a friend. “She's often short of breath.” And fear of deadly COVID has turned her into a tragic recluse!

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