Selma Blair posted a photo of herself diving into a swimming pool nude.
She revealed she jumped in naked to embarrass her son after he pushed her in.
Selma recently finished treatment for multiple sclerosis, after being diagnosed with the autoimmune disease in 2018.
Kids do the darndest things to their parents, and that’s apparently true whether you have a chronic illness or not.
Selma Blair just shared a photo on Instagram of herself executing a perfect dive. At first, it’s like “whoa, Selma has amazing form!” but then you realize you can totally see her bare butt. So…there’s a backstory to this.
On Wednesday, Selma (who has multiple sclerosis) shared a photo of herself on Instagram preparing to dive into a pool. Given that Selma uses a cane to walk and has mobility issues, this was kind of a BFD. Well, just as Selma prepared to take the plunge, her 8-year-old son Arthur came out of nowhere and pushed her in, leaving Selma flailing as she fell.
“Preparing to dive. A very big deal for me,” she wrote in the caption. "Instead, I felt a tiny hand on swimsuit and lost any coordination.” Her hashtags were hilarious: #terror #punkkid #payback is coming.”
I sometimes doubt my child’s ethics. Preparing to dive. A very big deal for me. Instead, I felt a tiny hand on swimsuit and lost any coordination. #terror #punkkid #payback is coming. Any ideas 😂? #momsummer2019 #bellyflop
A post shared by Selma Blair (@selmablair) on Aug 21, 2019 at 3:38pm PDT
Fast-forward to that gorgeous dive pic … “Victory. I don’t give up. #bottomsup my boy is a #crackup@kidarthursaint,” Selma wrote in the caption.
A post shared by Selma Blair (@selmablair) on Aug 21, 2019 at 6:30pm PDT
Selma, who was diagnosed with MS more than a year ago, has been very candid with fans about her mobility issues. She often uses a cane for balance and occasionally uses an Alinker walking bike to help her get around.
Selma recently revealed that she had been away from home for months to undergo treatment for her MS. One fan asked in the comments what differences she's noticed after having stem cell treatment, and she responded with this: "I can dive!"
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