Alaskan Bush People star Matt Brown, has re-entered rehab for alcohol abuse. The 36-years-old, who has been suffering from alcoholism for quite some time, re-entered rehab just three months after his second stint.
Matt Brown has re-entered Rehab
The reality star recently posted an image of a Betty Ford Center cup on his Instagram. He had first entered rehab in 2016, and after returning from rehab, he was injured after a refrigerator exploded on the set of Browntown. Matt had entered an in-patient treatment center for alcohol abuse back in September 2018. This time, he checked in at Betty Ford in Palm Springs, weeks after his parents threaten to kick him out from the show if he didn’t take his sobriety seriously. An insider told Radar Online,
“He was on a bender and took action to save his life. His family is supportive. They are so happy he is safe and focused on his recovery again.”
The News came days after he announced that he is opening a new YouTube channel. Back in September, he had opened up about his addiction in an exclusive interview with People.
“I struggle with substance abuse, and after a year of ups and downs, I decided to return to treatment. I’m really grateful for everyone’s support and hope to have my life back on track soon.”
Stay Strong Matt!