Danniella Westbrook has shared an update from rehab after agreeing to complete three months of treatment with the help of Jeremy Kyle.
The 45-year-old last week appeared on The Jeremy Kyle Show, where she broke down as she admitted she was using cocaine weekly.
Kyle, 53, organised for Danniella to enter rehab at the Perry Clayman Project, telling her she would spent three months there for a ‘medical detox’ to address her drug issues.
And now, the former EastEnders actress has updated her fans on her wellbeing, sharing a video from rehab.
Filming a video from behind a Snapchat filter, Danniella, dressed in a West Ham jersey, said: ‘Hi, everything’s good with me, I’ve just cooked a massive roast dinner for everyone in my recovery house. We’re all in houses on the grounds and stuff, so that’s good.
‘Went off to Aldi’s today with my counsellor and support worker, went and bought the food and that, and yeah, just keeping you updated, so thank you for your love and support.
‘I’m doing well, I’m just going to jump in the shower because I’m stinking of roast chicken, and go off to a CA meeting, but everything in life is good, sending you all loads of love and I hope you’re all well.’
Danniella tweeted that she had forwarded the video to her agent to ‘pass on’.
A number of fans replied with messages of support, including former Celebs Go Dating star Nadia Essex who wrote: ‘Amazing Danniella. Keep it up.’
Danniella also replied to someone asking why she had a phone in rehab, writing: ‘Because it’s rehab not prison.’
The actress admitted she was using drugs again on a celebrity special of The Jeremy Kyle Show, where she said she was taking cocaine again because she was ‘unhappy’.
She said of her cocaine use: ‘‘Not a lot, a 40 – half a gram. Maybe once a week. Listen, if I had the money, I would be back to where I used to be – doing 11 bags a day. I’ll be straight up honest with you, I would.’
When Jeremy asked ‘So the only reason that you’re not doing more coke is you can’t afford it?’, she replied: ‘No, it’s not that I can’t afford it – I’ve got other things to do.’
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