Jonathan Rhys Meyers’ fiancee posts his apology for ‘minor relapse’

27 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Jonathan Rhys Meyer looks back on the mend with girlfriend Maya Lane after publicly apologising for ‘embarrassing relapse’.

Irish actor Jonathan Rhys-Meyers has broken his silence after he was recently spotted looking extremely disheveled and drinking vodka straight from the bottle on the streets of London in broad daylight.Jonathan Rhys Meyers apologised to his girlfriend Maya Lane for his ‘embarrassing relapse’ with alcohol, and she is right there to support him as he continues on the road to recovery.

The “Tudors” star, 37, who checked into rehab three times between 2005 and 2009, issued a public apology to fans via fiancée Mara Lane’s Instagram account on Tuesday. Just six hours after he shared an apology with their 3,300 followers, the actor and his stunning girlfriend shared a new selfie from a walk in the fresh air. Neither of the couple are smiling, but with Mara’s arm around the shoulders of her beau, it’s clear that she’s supporting him on his difficult journey. I apologize for having a minor relapse and hope that people don’t think too badly of me.” The “Dracula” actor addressed his slovenly appearance saying, “I am on the mend and thank well wishers and sorry for my disheveled appearance as I was on my way home from a friends and had not changed.” Meyers squelched rumors that he missed the Cannes premiere of his latest film because of his behavior: “I stopped drinking immediately and it is no reflection on ‘Damascus Cover’ as I was not meant to attend Cannes this year and I apologize to fans and colleagues.

With his flies undone and dressed in a grubby T-shirt the star, who has had a well-publicised battle with alcohol in the past, appeared dishevelled and disorientated. Love and blessings.” From being banned from a flight at JFK after allegedly turning up drunk, to being arrested at Dublin Airport in 2007 for drunkenness and even being rushed to hospital in an ambulance in 2011 after a suspected suicide attempt with pills, the actor has long fought his addiction. “I was wild, I was as wild as you can get,” he admitted at the time. “When you are on the front of newspapers for stupidity, getting drunk at airports, fighting with cops and stuff like that, you wake up the next day and you can hardly f***ing remember it. Responsibility gets diminished.” He added: “As you get older you see the stupid things you have done,” he said. “It is not the consequences for yourself but your family get hurt, your friends get hurt. “At some point you come to a place – and I was lucky because some of my friends have never got to that place – where I saw it as something that was separate from me. I was able to come to that realisation and I look for different things in life now. “I had a good chat with my really close friends and I came to the end of whatever, going out, getting p***ed, getting into trouble.

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