Dax Shepard thanks fans for their support after revealing relapse

Washington: American actor Dax Shepard is opening up after revealing he recently slipped back into addiction and abused prescription pills.

According to Fox News, the 45-year-old actor admitted recently that after a motorcycle accident, he was prescribed Vicodin for shoulder pain, which he began to abuse.

The ‘Bless This Mess’ star has now been detoxing for several days and had been experiencing sweating, back pain and jerkiness after ceasing the opiates.

Now, during an episode of his podcast ‘Armchair Expert’, Shepard has issued a thank you to those who have supported him through the process.

“Just quickly, I want to say thanks to all the people that have been so unbelievably lovely to us in response to ‘Day 7,'” he said in reference to the episode in which he revealed the relapse. “

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Monica Padman, Shepard’s co-host, said she hoped that the actor “felt loved and supported” after sharing his news and that his “fears were abated.”

He said, “My fears were the opposite of what the result was. But, yes, [I’m] struggling with receiving some fraudulent feelings of love based on a f**k up. But, at any rate, I am really, really grateful and there’s so many beautiful, nice people.”

Fox News reported that the ‘Hit And Run’ actor also refuted rumours that he was high when he shaved his head, which he did on camera and posted the video on Instagram.

He explained, “A lot of people said, ‘I could see you were high as a kite.’ I actually was not. I was having a metamorphosis, transitional — I wanted to make a physical statement that I was shedding something.”

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Shepard’s relapse began after he had surgery in August following a motorcycle accident that left him with several broken bones.

The star previously explained that he had been sober for 16 years.

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