As tales of both courage and grief emerge from the horrific Las Vegas massacre, celebrities around the world are paying tribute to the victims and their families.
Reports at this stage suggest there are at least 59 people dead and over 515 injured following the mass shooting. The gunman has been named as 64-year-old retiree Stephen Paddock, and at this stage it's believed he acted alone.
Aspiring singer and the only child of Olivia Newton-John, Chloe Lattanzi, believes there is something more sinister at play, taking to Instagram to share her strange conspiracy theories with her followers.
The controversial post shared on Instagram has already gained over 500 likes, and many fans who agree with Chloe's vague and conspiratorial suggestions.
"Up at the shining mansion The most beautiful shot I think I have ever captured", the caption on the image reads.
The text very quickly changes tone and Chloe refers to the world right now as "a very scary place".
"My heart and prayers go out to all in Las Vegas affected by this absolute tragedy."
"We must all band together in love and compassion and realise we are all in this together. This temporary gift called life."
And, in yet another quick turn, she says she "does not believe the accused man is the one who did this."
Chloe suggests that, while "this may upset some, I think there’s a much bigger darker organisation behind this abhorrent event. Look into it. It doesn’t add up."
This is not the first time Chloe has raised eyebrows with her comments, but her mother, Olivia Newton-John, always has her back.
While bullies continue to torment her daughter Chloe Lattanzi over her exotic looks, the 68-year-old superstar, who is currently fighting breast cancer, is preparing for a new battle.
"She hates that people are so unkind to Chloe and cannot understand why they would be so vicious," one close friend told Woman's day exclusively.
"She has always been there 100 per cent for Chloe and she always will."