Fall Out Boy‘s Pete Wentz has talked about his addition to pills.
Talking to Rolling Stone the musician admitted that he became more dependent on prescription pills after FOB went on hiatus in 2009.
He mas mainly hooked on Xanax and Klonopin what he was taking for his anxiety problem.
This is what the father and musician had to say:
“I was probably physically and mentally addicted. It started from insomnia and anxiety from flying, then it spiraled. I felt like a loser already. I’d basically gone from being the guy in Fall Out Boy to being the guy, who, like, hangs out all day. I didn’t see how I’d ever come out on the other side.”
But it all got a lot worse when his wife Ashlee Simpson divorced him in 2011:
“I was scared of everything. I thought there were always people listening to me. Like, I had my house searched for bugs. It was crazy.”
It was back in 2011 when LeAnn Rimes got really skinny so skinny you could see her rib cadge, but now the singer has said that she was never anorexic!
She has also said that she was sleeping all the time because of all the stress in dealing with her affair that she had with her now husband Eddie Cibrian.
In 2012 after she checked into a medical center for “stress and anxiety,” but now she has finally opened up about it all:
“People said I was [anorexic], but I didn’t have a problem with eating as I ate a ton all the time – I could eat my husband under the table! But I was going through a time when I just wasn’t sleeping – my mind wouldn’t shut off and my heart was breaking.
Now I’m secure about my body, although I’m like any other woman and have my moments of self doubt. But it’s nice to have a husband who tells you you’re beautiful all the time. I’ll say to him, ‘I’ve gained a few pounds,’ and he’ll say, ‘Good!
It just gives you another level of confidence. But being in this business, I’ve noticed that image-wise it’s definitely worse for a woman.”
It’s been a hard last few months for LeAnn Rimes!
After the singer left rehab on her own accord and then went back in she’s now been let of as she has completed her time in there.
On Thursday the singer performed for VH1 Save The Music Foundation’s Songwriters Music Series and she was said to have been very emotional.
Just as the show started she told new reporters:
“Music is such an important part of my life and I’m happy to help spread awareness about the incredible work VH1 Save The Musicis doing to keep music education programs in our schools. I look forward to a great show!”