Sharon Stone, 66, reveals exactly how many MILLIONS of dollars she LOST after near-fatal stroke that caused her to be ‘reincarnated into my own body’

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Sharon Stone lost millions of dollars when she suffered a stroke over 20 years ago.

And now the 66-year-old actress has told The Hollywood Reporter exactly how much disappeared from her bank account.

She said she had a total of $18million in the bank before her stroke. The cash came from from her lengthy career in film that included hits like Basic Instinct, Sliver, Casino and The Quick And The Dead.

‘I had $18 million saved because of all my success, but when I got back into my bank account, it was all gone. My refrigerator, my phone — everything was in other people’s names,’ she told the site.

‘I had zero money,’ she told the site about life after her near-fatal ordeal.

That forced her to take the jobs she could get; a contract with Dior helped save her financially. 

Asked if the stroke had changed the way she thought, she said: ‘Totally. One hundred percent. A Buddhist monk told me that I had been reincarnated into my same body.’

Sharon Stone lost millions when she suffered a stroke. The 66-year-old actress had put away a total of $18 million from her lengthy career in film that included hits like Basic Instinct, Sliver, Casino and The Quick And The Dead. Seen in June

But when she suffered a brain hemorrhage and then recovered from the near-fatal ordeal, she was left with nothing. Seen in 2001 around the time of the stroke

But when she suffered a brain hemorrhage and then recovered from the near-fatal ordeal, she was left with nothing. Seen in 2001 around the time of the stroke

‘I had a death experience and then they brought me back,’ added the ex of Phil Bronstein.

‘I bled into my brain for nine days, so my brain was shoved to the front of my face. It wasn’t positioned in my head where it was before. And while that was happening, everything changed. 

‘My sense of smell, my sight, my touch. I couldn’t read for a couple of years. Things were stretched and I was seeing color patterns. A lot of people thought I was going to die.

‘People took advantage of me over that time. 

‘I had $18 million saved because of all my success, but when I got back into my bank account, it was all gone. My refrigerator, my phone — everything was in other people’s names,’ she said.

‘I had zero money.’

That forced her to take the jobs she could get; a contract with Dior helped save her financially. Asked if the stroke had changed the way she thought, she told The Hollywood Reporter: 'Totally. One hundred percent. A Buddhist monk told me that I had been reincarnated into my same body.' Seen in 1990

That forced her to take the jobs she could get; a contract with Dior helped save her financially. Asked if the stroke had changed the way she thought, she told The Hollywood Reporter: ‘Totally. One hundred percent. A Buddhist monk told me that I had been reincarnated into my same body.’ Seen in 1990

Stone in Basic Instinct in 1992

Stone in Casino in 1995

Basic Instinct, left, and Casino, right

The star – who returned to acting in the late 2000s and has also carved out a second career as a painter – had to learn to ‘let go’ of things and remain in the moment rather than cling onto any feelings of resentment.

She said: ‘I decided to stay present and let go. 

‘I decided not to hang onto being sick or to any bitterness or anger. If you bite into the seed of bitterness, it never leaves you. 

‘But if you hold faith, even if that faith is the size of a mustard seed, you will survive. So, I live for joy now. I live for purpose.’

It is not known how much she is worth now, but she appears to be on good financial footing as she reps Lens Crafters and reportedly earns tens of thousands of dollars per painting. 

Stone wore a military style jacket and jeans for the cover of The Hollywood Reporter

Stone wore a military style jacket and jeans for the cover of The Hollywood Reporter

The star - who returned to acting in the late 2000s and has also carved out a second career as a painter - had to learn to 'let go' of things and remain in the moment rather than cling onto any feelings of resentment She said: 'I decided to stay present and let go'; seen in March

The star – who returned to acting in the late 2000s and has also carved out a second career as a painter – had to learn to ‘let go’ of things and remain in the moment rather than cling onto any feelings of resentment She said: ‘I decided to stay present and let go’; seen in March

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