Sharon Stone lost half her fortune | The USA Print

The recognized actress US Sharon Stone He confessed that he lost half of his fortune after the collapse of two banks in the United States.

During his presentation at the charity gala organized by the Women’s Cancer Research Fundin Beverly Hills, Stone called those present to take courage and donate money to the cause.

There he added that the collapse this week of two major US banks has had a negative impact on their finances.

I’m a jerk at this tech thing but I can write a check”, he began by saying and added that “at this moment, that is courage (donating to the cause) because I know what is happening. I lost half my money in this banking thing but that doesn’t mean I’m not here”.

Infobae collects that in his statement he did not provide precise details about figures or gave specific names of financial entities, so it is unknown if his losses were a direct consequence of the first episodes or if they derived from the bullfights of the following days, promoted by reckless investors .

In her speech, Stone also addressed the issue of breast cancer and delivered some inspiring words that concluded with a standing ovation from the audience.

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The actressYears ago, he had to undergo a series of studies after some benign tumors were detected that, fortunately, did not result in the disease. “Those mammograms are no fun.”, he commented on it.

Lastly, the actress he referred to the death of his brother Patrick, 57, just a month ago, due to heart disease.

My brother just died and that doesn’t mean he’s not here. This is not an easy time for any of us. This is a difficult time in the world but I tell you what, I will not allow a politician to tell me what I can and cannot do, how I can and cannot live, and what is the value of my life. So get up. Stand up and say what you’re worth. that’s courage”, he concluded his speech.

According to reports, the Department of Justice and the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) are investigating the collapse of the Silicon Valley Bank and SignatureBankbased in New York, also went bankrupt

While the Dallas News reported that 11 major US banks on Thursday announced a $30 billion bailout package for the First Republic Bankin an attempt to prevent it from becoming the third lending institution to fail in the United States.

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