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Woman’s Day takes a look at the life Belle Gibson now leads

A role model to thousands of cancer sufferers, Belle Gibson established The Whole Pantry, claiming her natural remedies acted as a cure for her cancer.

It has since been revealed that she didn’t suffer the terminal illness, and now the Woman’s Day magazine exclusively chats to her friends about the life she leads today.
The time had come for Belle to face up to her lies. Yet when her day
in court arrived, the disgraced wellness blogger – who earned nearly half a million dollars from pretending she was terminally ill – was too busy to show up.
Belle with her son, Olivier Corbett.
The mum became an overnight success with The Whole Pantry.
She was out partying instead.
In this week’s issue of Woman’s Day magazine, we’ve exclusively obtained shocking images that reveal, just hours after the 24-year-old skipped her Friday court appearance without explanation, she was carefree and cocktail in hand at a pricey Melbourne theme bar.
“It’s disgusting,” declares one of Belle’s former friends.
For the shocking images and the full story, be sure to pick up the magazine, on stands now!

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