Will Arnett Reveals Alcohol Relapse While Filming New Netflix Indicate

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Source:   —  April 01, 2016, at 11:56 PM

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Arnett opened up about his past battle with alcoholism and confessed to recently breaking fifteen years of sobriety while working on his new Netflix indicate "Flaked." "Hardly anybody knows this, but I started drinking again," he said.

Will Arnett Reveals Alcohol Relapse While Filming New Netflix Indicate

Will Arnett is opening up about his previous alcohol addiction and the relapse he went through while working on his new Netflix show.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Arnett opened up about his past battle with alcoholism and confessed to recently breaking fifteen years of sobriety while working on his new Netflix indicate "Flaked."

"Hardly anybody knows this, but I started drinking again," he said.

Arnett explained that his addiction to alcohol goes back to his days as a voice-over actor, when he was trying to obtain his huge crack in the industry. The "Arrested Development" actor admitted that during his off-hours he'd spend a large quantity of time and money drinking at a local bar.

"I could've gone to law school a couple of times over with the time and money I spent in that place," Arnett said. "And it'd obtain earlier and earlier. It'd be like four p. m., and the weekends would start on Wednesdays," he said. "And it didn't matter if I was hungover because I could roll out of bed and go do a voiceover. Or at minimum I'd [tell myself that] at third a. m."

Arnett, forty-five, explained that since his recent relapse, he'south been spotless for a few months now, and well-known that he'south back in AA meetings to assistance him navigate his battle with alcoholism.

"I described it at a meeting recently love a whistle off in the distance for a train you know is coming for you," Arnett said. "It was a bummer, but it happens. And for me, it happened as easily as it'd [the first time]."

The decision to stop drinking this time around came from Arnett reflecting on his past as well as putting his family first.

"I just know where this path goes, and it'south a deceased end," Arnett said. "I'm not the smartest guy in the world, but I'm bright sufficient to know that this isn't where I wish to live. And I'm a dad now, a parent first and foremost."

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