“It was great. I mean, talk about doing cocaine and not getting caught!” Paltrow said with a laugh during her appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Monday the 9th. “You could just be in a bar and have fun, dance at a table, you could, without camera phones, especially in New York.“Interestingly, there were never any paparazzi,” added the ColdPlay frontman’s ex.
“You could stagger out of a bar and go home with ‘whoever’ and no one would know,” said the actress in her participation in the television program.
The actress of politician, has kept an open mind about drugs and during 2019 commented that he believed psychedelics were the future for mental health treatment. “I think the way psychedelics affect health and mental health and addiction will become more widespread,” she said in an interview with the New York Times.
“I mean, there is undeniably some link between being in that state and being connected to some other universal cosmic something.” Although for her part she has exposed her belief in exploring ibogaine, a plant-based substance from Gabon that Lamar Odom has used for addiction treatment, and which she believes could help our culture “evolve”, Paltrow has been emphatic in point out that he has never touched any type of psychoactive drug, although he was possibly referring to methamphetamines.
“I’ve never done it,” he clarified. “I’m terrified,” added the actress.
Paltrow’s Netflix docuseries, The Goop Lab, was criticized for offering her unorthodox advice, which England’s NHS chief executive Simon Stevens claimed posed a “considerable health risk” to the audience attempting to replicate it. However, a Goop spokeswoman said the firm is “transparent when we cover emerging topics that may not be supported by science or may be in the early stages of review.”