She is the outspoken actress who made headlines for her involvement in the Time’s Up movement.
Now Olivia Munn has revealed the last few years have taken a toll on her not just mentally, but physically.
In an interview with Women’s Health, Olivia, 38, revealed she broke out into a rash doctor’s initially believed was lupus, before finally pinpointing the cause of the condition – stress.
‘How do we do right by the silence breakers?’ Olivia Munn has revealed she broke out into a rash as a result of the stress she has undergone the last few years
‘One of the things that stresses me out more than anything is how do we do right by [the silence breakers]?’ she explained to the magazine.
Olivia appeared in a scene with Steven Wilder Striegel in the 2018 action film The Predator, only to learn after filming their scene together that he was a registered sex offender.
After learning of his status, she reported it to the studio, who promptly cut his scene from the film.
Streigel pleaded guilty in 2010 to attempting to form an online sexual relationship with a 14-year-old female relative.
Girl power: Munn posed in a red bathing suit while soaking up the sun in the Hollywood Hills
Cover girl: Munn appears on the July/August issue of Women’s Health
At the height of the controversy, Olivia revealed she felt ‘iced out’ by many of her cast mates after speaking out about the incident.
‘Nobody talked to me. Nobody reached out that whole day,’ the actress said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
‘At first I thought maybe it was just because they don’t know what to say, they wanted to say it out of the way, but privately I did feel iced out.’
In 2017, Olivia was also one of several women who came forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against director Brett Ratner.
The Time’s Up movement has helped shed light on numerous alleged indiscretions that have taken place in Hollywood, and it is Olivia’s hope that accusers are truly listened to.
Controversy: Steven Wilder Striegel pleaded guilty in 2010 to attempting to form an online sexual relationship with a 14-year-old female relative (pictured 2017)
Soaking up the sun: Munn laid out on a diving board as her hair trickled into the pool water
‘It’s infuriating. We can’t tell stories about people and then not care about them,’ she said of the movement.
‘You can pretend to be a real-life hero in movies and TV shows and on Instagram, but the real advocates are the ones who stand beside the people who make a difference in the world.’
Now Olivia has picked up several alternative methods to cope with stress, including a biomat, tuning forks, and of course meditation.
‘The tough thing for me about meditating is thinking, “Am I doing it right? Did I do this for nothing? Do I have to start all over?” My brain begins to spin,’ she explains.
Strike a pose: The former Attack Of The Show host looked radiant as she gazed towards the camera
She also has begun utilizing an accessory called Muse, a headband which uses an EEG device to sense brain activity and translate it into guided meditation sounds.
‘When you’re thinking of nothing at all, you get bird chirps. It’s like a little video game for me,’ she explained.
Olivia’s home is also a reflection of her dedication to health, having renovated the house to be flouride-free, chlorine-free, lead-free, and alkaline.
A good in-vest-ment! Munn dazzled in a grey vest dress and heels during an outing in NYC on Tuesday
Olivia is the picture of health and fitness as she appears on the July/August cover of Women’s Health.
In the shoot, the actress looks relaxed as she soaks up the sunshine in a red bathing suit.
She also lays out on a diving board wearing a blue bathing suit, with her hair trickling into the pool water.
Throwing shade: Olivia complimented her cool look with large black sunglasses