Jamie Lee Curtis Celebrates 22 Years With out Medication And Alcohol

Arguably best known for his appearance on the Halloween series, Jamie Lee Curtis has just come out celebrating 22 years of a drug and alcohol free lifestyle. On Wednesday, Curtis reached out to a heartfelt message encouraging others to stay strong and fight against substance abuse and addiction.

In addition to a throwback photo of herself, who appears to be holding a bottle of tequila and the accompanying drinking glass, the 62-year-old Halloween alum wrote that she was a long time ago a young “star” who fought against herself. Curtis says she never knew it then, but she “chased it all” and “kept it hidden”.

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Curtis says she’s just as “sick” as her secrets. What helped her get clean, Curtis says, with the grace of God and the support of many people around her, she was finally able to free herself from the dangers of addiction.

Curtis then referred to herself as the “high bottom” and often uses the attached photo to remind herself how far she has come and what it was like to fight at the time.


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Jamie Lee Curtis’ addiction has hit the headlines before, including when she talked about it in a 2019 interview with Variety. She says a friend of hers once watched her take five Vicodin tablets in a row with a glass of wine.

Curtis went on to say that at this point in her life the “template was up” because someone knew how bad their addiction was. She added that it had been ten years Vicodin had been abused and she knew it was time to move on and get better.

According to Curtis, she went on a recovery program just months later and has been completely sober ever since. The last time we heard from Curtis was when she touched Chris Evans’ alleged nude photo leak.

Jamie said she was certain that Chris leaked the photos on purpose to get his attention.


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