Advertisement
Home » Blogs » Troubled Celebrities
Rolling Stones

Rolling Stones Guitarist Ronnie Wood Says Intervention and Rehab “Rescued Him”

Describing being bundled into the back of a bread van to avoid paparazzi as he began his trip to rehab 18 months ago, Ronnie Wood talks about rehab and sobriety and thanks UK artist Damien Hirst for the intervention that got his recovery started.

Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood says that British artist Damien Hirst saved his life 18 months ago with an intervention that saw the rocker who has long struggled with alcoholism and drug abuse get the help he needed.

Speaking on his radio show, Wood credited Hirst for saving his life, saying, "I've blown millions of pounds on booze and drugs in the past, but Damien rescued me. He bundled me into the back of a bread van to avoid the paparazzi and then whisked me away on his private plane. There began my life of recovery. I owe that man a lot."

Wood says he has been sober ever since.

Copyright Notice

We welcome republishing of our content on condition that you credit Choose Help and the respective authors. This article is licensed under a Creative Commons License.

Creative Commons License

Advertisement

Helpful Reading:

Like what you're reading?