The Third Rock From the Sun actress, 52, shared that her “beautiful” sister “lost her battle with addiction."
The actor's "drugs texts" were argued about during a pretrial hearing as Depp and Heard gear up for a courtroom showdown.
For the first time, she admitted that she was in fact drunk during an interview that year on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show"— as many on social media speculated at the time.
Jessica Simpson's Memoir Reveals 'I Was Killing Myself with All the Drinking and Pills'
The 45-year-old supermodel, who soared to fame in the ‘90s alongside Kate Moss and Shalom Harlow, has been drug- and alcohol-free for 20-plus years. She says if she wasn’t, she wouldn’t be alive.
There are a lot of jaw-dropping revelations in the book, including a secret miscarriage, marital infidelity, a rape, drug addiction and her account of the drug-induced seizure she suffered partying with her daughter.
The 51-year-old singer, songwriter and daughter of Elvis Presley opened up for the first time about her “own addiction to opioids and painkillers” in a foreword she wrote for a new book.
"I, myself, as a father, put handcuffs on her and kept her in jail for about four months. I honestly knew in my heart if I didn't do this, who's to say it wouldn't have happened sooner?"
On The Wendy Williams Show Tuesday, the host made the emotional announcement that she is currently seeking treatment for addiction.
A mother who lost her son two years ago from an accidental overdose believes his ghost appeared on her security camera.
"They say it takes a village to raise a child, I'm learning now it also takes a village to bury a child."
"It is impossible to capture a person in an obituary, and especially someone whose adult life was largely defined by drug addiction."
When Verne Troyer died unexpectedly in April, there was speculation it was a suicide — and now the L.A. coroner's report confirms it.
'The Real Housewives of Dallas' star Stephanie Hollman says she changed her drinking habits to help curb her depression. Doctors weigh in on her choice.
Shane Powers defends Ariana Grande on his podcast, calling the singer a "stabilizing force" in Mac Miller's life, adding that the rapper didn't die because he was "bummed out."
At a press conference for an upcoming movie, Lady Gaga stressed the importance of talking about addiction. 'I think what would be wonderful is that we intervene early in life when we see people struggling,' she said.