Robbie Williams’ spouse, Ayda Discipline, hides painkillers from him at residence.
The ‘Angels’ hitman – who has been clear for twenty years and has been candid about his battles with habit – admitted his spouse nonetheless would not belief him “with drugs” round the home.
He advised the ‘On The Edge’ podcast: “One thing is at all times lurking across the nook and I nonetheless cannot be trusted with drugs.
“The spouse has to place them behind the lock and key… They are often there for 18 months, each day. Vicodin, no matter, each day, see them, go to mattress.
“Sooner or later, for no purpose – not being unhappy, not being joyful or not feeling weak, no matter – all these drugs go away.”
The 48-year-old star beforehand described painkillers as ‘f****** evil’ and insisted they had been the worst medication he had ever skilled.
Earlier this yr he mentioned: “I feel medication are just like the equal of a Ouija board and you do not know what you are opening.
“I feel when individuals discuss demons and type out their demons, I feel they’re really demons.
“Let me inform you, the worst instances I’ve ever had on medication are painkillers. Nothing is a day journey or a stroll within the park, however painkillers are fucking evil.
“In the meantime, the individuals who maintain the patent for these painkillers are at present dwelling in 50,000 sq. foot houses.”
The previous Take That star has opened up about how he took medication to ‘fill within the blanks’ after becoming a member of the boy band aged 16 and discovering himself within the public eye.
He added: “Earlier than that I used to be fairly joyful however I used to be weak and extremely delicate. I felt like I used to be born with an open wound.
“Then once I was thrown into this present enterprise mosh pit, it amplified the detrimental facets of my very own self-doubt.
“I took medication to develop into the individual the world advised me I needed to be. Once I’m actually introverted and it is good to be introverted.