Stephen Fry Took Cocaine For 15 Years
Stephen Fry, world renowned author and broadcaster, has admitted to having had a problem with cocaine, according to The Telegraph.
In an interview for the Sky Arts programme, 'In Confidence' - to be aired in June - the star claimed he indulged in "15 years of pretty chronic cocaine taking."
In the unlikeliest of confessions, Fry noted that he used to take the drug regularly while solving word puzzles: "I tended to take it alone at home and play word games, mind spinning."
"I'd do very difficult crosswords, I would spend hours on these," he explained. "It took me a very long time to get to a position where I was ready to [stop]."
Cocaine addiction blights thousands of Britons every single year and seeking a hypnotherapist is advised in order to overcome these addictions. Hypnotherapy can pinpoint a root cause for the addiction and outline any other underlying reasons for the problem.
It uses a mixture of neuro-linguistic techniques to help the addicted.
The QI presenter is not the only celebrity to become addicted to a drug. The Sun recently reported that supermodel Kate Moss is undergoing anti-smoking hypnotherapy in order to stamp out her habit.
She has recently cut her smoking addiction from 30-a-day to 15 after being told it could be an obstacle when trying to conceive.