Actor Daniel Radcliffe who has been out of the spotlight for the last 2-3 weeks, has been diagnosed by doctors at a London hospital with possibly having Morgellons Disease, although it is a controversial subject among doctors.
Morgellons Disease is a condition which is said to "produce symptoms including: skin soreness and small skin ulcers, a feeling that bugs are crawling under one's skin (although evidence actual insects or parasites has not been produced), soreness and fatigue and the production of fibers which either can be found under the skin or extruding out from the skin."
I was told that Daniel hadn't slept much over the past week as it feels like his skin is crawling with bugs.
"No, Daniel does not have a drinking problem. I can just see your bloody headlines now!", stated well-wisher, Melrose Ingraham.
Ingraham stated that the name was invented in 2001 by a single person by the name of Mary Leitao, who claimed that her two-year-old complained of the same condition. The kid said that his skin crawled with bugs. There have been several cases since.
However, to this day, the WHO, CDC and every other organization has stated several times that the disease does not exist.
So what does Radcliffe, himself, think it is, I asked.
"He told me this morning...he had just went to the bathroom and was spraying something in the air....he said that he KNEW something was causing his skin to crawl because his asshole had just passed his nose!"