Troubled Son of Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal Who Once Looked like a 'Zombie'
The late actress' son has been completely changed physically as a result of his addiction to drugs that have also caused medical concerns for him.
Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal's son, 34-year-old Redmond O'Neal, was spotted in a parking lot in Los Angeles in 2015, looking sick and skinny in comparison to his usual burly self.
Redmond was looking weak and gaunt. The man is known to be addicted to hardcore drugs.
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The last time he was photographed in 2013, Redmond looked bloated and had weight problems. Now he is too skinny, almost comparable to a zombie. His skin color is also sickly and grey.
When Fawcett was dying in 2009, Redmond made a promise to her that he would get clean, but it doesn't seme he has been able to keep his word. Fawcett died in June of that year.
Just a month before he was seen in a parking lot, a no-bail bench warrant was issued for his arrest after his parole officer decided he had violated the conditions of his parole by carrying drugs and failing to attend the required doctor's appointments.
He had been seen with a female friend who had a small bag containing a white powder that she later found a more inconspicuous storage method for. Redmond was smoking what closely resembled a joint.
His appearance in that parking lot drew a stark contrast to his appearance on a beach with his father back in 2013 where he appeared to be very overweight, sporting a beer gut.
In the parking lot, Redmond and his friend appeared quite nervous and shifty, seeming to drive around looking for an inconspicuous parking spot where they wouldn't be noticed.
They later went outside and found a Coffee-Mate container, in which she put a bag with white powder before storing the canister inside her handbag.
Redmond has had troubles with police before for the drug and weapon charges.
In May 2018, he was arrested on suspicion of robbing a convenience store. He was charged with a number of offenses, including two counts of possessing a controlled substance and one count of assault with a deadly weapon.
He later claimed from jail that the problems in his life don't stem from drugs, but rather from the unwanted attention he has received all his life as a result of his parents' fame.
Redmond had been kicked out of his father's house at one stage and was forced to live on the streets, leaving him humiliated. He spent time in both jail and a psychiatric ward as well.