Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, one of the stars of the "Jersey Shore" of MTV, revealed that she spent a month on rehab for alcoholism and depression in a US Weekly interview, after she "hit the rock below."
Ortiz-Magro went to the Headwaters of Origins in West Palm Beach, Fla. For treatment, and leave February 10 after about a month.
"I decided to go for treatment because I wanted to be a better person, a better dad for my daughter," Ortiz-Magro said in the interview. "Ultimately, all the bad decisions I make will take me to places I do not want. I want to guide me in today's place ̵
Ortiz-Magro, a 33-year-old native Bronx, is one of the original stars of the "Jersey Shore," and appeared in some spin-offs, recently "Jersey Shore: Family Vacation," its second season since last August until last December and featured original cast members in lounging in Las Vegas and returning to the State Garden. Ordered the third season.
"I think it's a serious illness, it's a progressive illness, I'm still angry," Ortiz-Magro said of alcohol abuse. "You stopped and started again, and worse than it was when you left. Like you, & # 39; Wow, I thought I was in control, & # 39; but at the end of the day, it had full control over you. "
News about Ortiz-Magro's issues was less than a month after cast member Mike" The Situation "reported by Sorrentino in prison where he spent eight months for charges in tax avoidance.
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