Stephanie Davis quits drinking because 'alcohol doesn't agree with my life'
The former Hollyoaks star took to Twitter to share a lengthy note she had written about the situation, in which she explained her decision to quit alcohol.
Stephanie Davis has vowed to quit drinking after alcohol was allegedly responsible for a huge row with her on-off boyfriend Jeremy McConnell.
The 24-year-old actress sparked concern on Wednesday night (03May17) with an incoherent tweet which read: "Someone who gives you and doesn’t answer, don’t I. There beat a cheat n always n in." Many fans assumed Stephanie was under the influence of alcohol at the time of writing the tweet, which was then deleted 20 minutes later.
And the former Hollyoaks star, who has baby son Caben-Albi with Jeremy, seemed to confirm that when she took to Twitter to share a lengthy note she had written about the situation, in which she explained her decision to quit alcohol.
"I can’t drink because it ruins my life. I keep things in. I destroy people’s lives," she wrote. "Me and Jeremy can’t drink. And won’t be drinking again. It’s been hard for me to admit and accept. I’m a good mother and a good person, but alcohol doesn’t agree with my life. It’s a chemical imbalance."
It's not the first time Stephanie's alcohol use has seen her in trouble. She was fired from her role in Hollyoaks back in 2015 after Channel 4 bosses grew tired of her allegedly turning up to work either still drunk or hungover.
"This, is, me. I hope one day I can help people in the same situation," Stephanie's note continued. "Your not a bad person your just powerless. I’ve hurt those that are close to me who i love so much. I want a happy future. For me and my family. It’s not nice to see. I love Jeremy and my son. That’s all that matters. I feel a relief for being honest and hope u all understand (sic)."
Jeremy's spokesperson came forward after Stephanie's note to insist that while she had been drinking, the male model, who has just completed a stint in rehab, had not.
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