Danniella Westbrook promises to live "a drug-free life" as she enters rehab for three months

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Danniella Westbrook promises to live "a drug-free life" as she enters rehab for three months after a close friend Jeremy Kyle organized a troubled star to seek treatment

  • The former EastEnders star will appear in a pre-recorded episode of The Jeremy Kyle Show on February 9th
  • During his appearance on the show he will agree to enter residential rehabilitation for three months
  • Danniella appeared earlier in Kyle's daytime show in 2012, during which she talked about her substance abuse problems

Jason Chester for MailOnline

Danniella Westbrook went into rehab in an attempt to finally overcome her problems with drugs and alcohol after her dear friend Jeremy Kyle agreed to send her to a treatment facility.

The forty-five-year-old actress will appear in a pre-recorded episode of The Jeremy Kyle Show on February 9, during which she will agree to undergo residential rehabilitation.

On Thursday evening, on Twitter, he revealed that the host of the show helped her start her journey towards a "drug-free life" by sending her to rehabilitate for the next three months.

Looking for help: Danniella Westbrook went into rehab in an attempt to finally overcome her problems with drugs and alcohol after her dear friend Jeremy Kyle agreed to send her to a treatment facility (pictured together in 2012

Looking for help: Danniella Westbrook went into rehab in an attempt to finally overcome her problems with drugs and alcohol after her dear friend Jeremy Kyle agreed to send her to a treatment facility (pictured together in 2012

Looking for help: Danniella Westbrook went into rehab in an attempt to finally overcome her problems with drugs and alcohol after her dear friend Jeremy Kyle agreed to send her to a treatment facility (pictured together in 2012

He wrote: "For those of you who asked my good friend Jezza to show me in his program that aired in the morning and he kindly sent me 2 rehab for 3 months.

I'm grateful and excited 2 I get a chance to get the drug free life I've had for 14 years back. Thanks 4 ur support especially my @KJ_Artist (sic) & # 39;

The former EastEnders star had tweeted earlier this week on her first day of a 10-week program to "change her life".

Opening: The forty-five-year-old actress will appear in a pre-recorded episode of the Jeremy Kyle Show on Friday morning, during which she will agree to undergo residential rehabilitation

Opening: The forty-five-year-old actress will appear in a pre-recorded episode of the Jeremy Kyle Show on Friday morning, during which she will agree to undergo residential rehabilitation

Opening: The forty-five-year-old actress will appear in a pre-recorded episode of the Jeremy Kyle Show on Friday morning, during which she will agree to undergo residential rehabilitation

At the time he wrote: "The first day of a 10-week program that will change my life will make me strong and give me the tools, I will never feel the way I've felt in the last four years … I will not watch never back. (Sic) & # 39;

Danniella has been struggling with drug addiction for several years, and recently said she had not talked with her seventeen year old daughter Jody – who has with her ex-husband Kevin Jenkins – in three years, since she was forced to take care of her addictions and one stalker online.

But after being diagnosed with uterine cancer, Danniella says she wants to get back in touch with Jody, especially since she does not know what her long-term prognosis is.

Improve: Thursday evening revealed that the guest of the show helped her start her journey towards a "drug-free life" by sending her to rehabilitate for the next three months

Improve: Thursday evening revealed that the guest of the show helped her start her journey towards a "drug-free life" by sending her to rehabilitate for the next three months

Improve: Thursday evening revealed that the guest of the show helped her start her journey towards a "drug-free life" by sending her to rehabilitate for the next three months

Regret: Danniella has struggled with drug addiction for several years, and recently said she had not talked with her seventeen year old daughter Jody in three years, having been forced to face her addictions and an online stalker

Regret: Danniella has struggled with drug addiction for several years, and recently said she had not talked with her seventeen year old daughter Jody in three years, having been forced to face her addictions and an online stalker

Regret: Danniella has struggled with drug addiction for several years, and recently said she had not talked with her seventeen year old daughter Jody in three years, having been forced to face her addictions and an online stalker

He said: "Jody is with his father and this is just a completely different problem because of different things, but the stalker has played a huge role in that for his safety.

"I have not talked to Jody for three years, you are 17, she's beautiful, look, it's very difficult, especially since I'm sick.

"Jody is doing her life and she's doing very well, she's done brilliantly at school and now she's in college and she's doing great, and her father is a great dad and she's doing the best for her right now. & # 39;

Previously: Daniella's appearance on Jeremy Kyle is her second visit to the day show, having already participated in 2012, during which she spoke openly about her substance abuse problems

Previously: Daniella's appearance on Jeremy Kyle is her second visit to the day show, having already participated in 2012, during which she spoke openly about her substance abuse problems

Previously: Daniella's appearance on Jeremy Kyle is her second visit to the day show, having already participated in 2012, during which she spoke openly about her substance abuse problems

He added: "It's probably a safer and much better environment for her while I have all this stuff going on, with different trials and things and being sick, she should be there now."

Daniella's appearance at Jeremy Kyle is her second visit to the daytime show, having already participated in 2012, during which she spoke openly about her substance abuse problems and the impact she had on her two sons, Kai, 22, and Jodie, 17.

"I could have killed my son and daughter," he explained. "I tried for years to invent it, then I realized I had to be a mom and love them.

"The only thing I can do for them is to stay sober. At one point, I asked the social services to take me away Kai, because I needed help.

It took a lot for me. I am very ashamed of the time; whatever I do, no matter how well I do, I still feel ashamed of being a drug addict. "

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