RELAPSE FEARS FOR POLIO SURVIVOR ROBERT REDFORD!
National Enquirer|December 30, 2019
LEGEND, 83, UNRECOGNIZABLE GETTING BLESSED BY POPE

ROBERT REDFORD has the incurable and deadly polio virus — and friends fear the 83-year-old Hollywood legend may be at death’s door, The National ENQUIRER has learned.

Chilling new photos show the once handsome star’s face ravaged and unrecognizable as he traveled to Rome to get a personal blessing from Pope Francis!

Sources said “The Sting” stud has appeared feeble and drained recently, and that there are concerns he may be suffering a flareup of the crippling post-polio syndrome (PPS), which strikes about 85 percent of all people who have had polio.

Redford was about 11 years old when he was stricken by the disease, which left him temporarily paralyzed.

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