Hayden Panettiere had one thing to confess: she is coming out of a very difficult phase.
The news is not entirely surprising for those who follow the career of the actress, who has been discreet for a few years after having had success with the series
, but these are the reasons that have pushed to the edge of the abyss that we did not necessarily know.
In an interview with
, the actress opened up about her postpartum depression, and the resulting addiction to alcohol and opioids.
"I never felt like I wanted to hurt my child, but I didn't want to spend time with her.
There was just this gray color in my life,” she said of her daughter Kaya, born seven years ago.
A depression that made him plunge into alcohol.
Hayden Panettiere has come to the point of no longer supporting anything or anyone.
Including his companion, and the father of his daughter, Wladimir Klitschko.
“He didn't want to be near me.
I didn't want to be near myself.
But with opiates and alcohol, I tried to feel happy for a while.
Then I felt worse than before.
I was in a cycle of self-destruction.
I had tremors when I woke up and could only function by sipping alcohol,” she explained, revealing that the only time she was sober was on film sets where she didn’t. just couldn't drink.
The star got out of it by entering a detoxification center which allowed him to get rid of his addiction in eight months.
Although she has been talking about her for the past two years because of her toxic relationship with her ex-companion, Brian Hickerson, convicted of domestic violence, Hayden Panettiere claims to be getting better.
“It hasn't been easy and there have been a lot of ups and downs.
But I don't regret even the ugliest things that happened to me.
I feel incredibly accomplished in what I've done.
And I feel like I have a second chance,” she concluded.
Can the actress return to the top?
It has in any case been announced in the casting of the next film
, the shooting of which starts this summer.
Hayden Panettiere's ex was sentenced to 45 days in prison for domestic violence