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Charlize Theron's mum Gerda procured marijuana edibles to help the star combat her sleep issues.

During an appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!', Charlize said: "I'm always wiling to try anything".

Charlize Theron's mom has got her back. "I've definitely stubbed my toe and said s-t or something like that and my kids are like, 'Mom!'" she said.

Now that marijuana is now legal in California, Theron said her mother had no problem going to shop for the drug for the both of them.

It would then, of course, come as no surprise for Charlize to totally own her cussing.

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A soulless set of bosses, one a vacuous bro, the other (Theron's Elaine) who uses sex, dirty talk and unbuttoned silk blouses to close business deals, who are involved in a shady business arrangement in Mexico and are ready to send Harold packing the moment their secret merger goes through? During a conversation with her mom, Theron brought up weed as an alternative to taking sleeping pills, a suggestion that her mom agreed with. "I have this image of her in the store". While they do take sleep medication, Charlize suggested they try a strain to get a more restful night's sleep.

The Oscar victor revealed on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Wednesday that her mother, Gerda, is now also her medical marijuana supplier.

But Theron was shocked when she discovered that her mother had gone out and done the marijuana shopping all by herself.

"I really thought I would be the responsible one to have to go and get that. She's just not this kind of person and buying marijuana she had like a full experience", she smiled. "I found myself frozen in front of my fridge for like eight hours", she recalled.

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  • Stacy Houston