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Jenny, 32, is a talented hairstylist from a close-knit Mormon family. When a diagnosis of endometriosis crushes her dreams of having a family, she turns to prescription drugs. Her addiction quickly escalates to IV heroin and meth use. Mike completed nearly three months of treatment, moved back to his apartment in Utah and began taking medication for his OCD. An April re-airing revealed that he recently stopped the medication due to financial difficulties. A subsequent re-airing in late revealed that Mike died in September Three of the show's interventionists and five former addicts are featured guests on this episode, hosted by Christopher Lawford and recorded before a studio audience. Jeff Van Vonderen, Candy Finnigan and Ken Seeley discussed their respective motivations for entering the field, after which clips from the addicts' episodes were shown and the addicts themselves commented on their experiences during and after treatment. 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Nik, 35, was a successful college graduate and businessman who was adored by his entire family. He used to direct a profitable chain of casinos. But after suffering a back injury, Nik became addicted to the painkiller OxyContin and as his addiction progressed, he moved onto heroin. Now he is homeless, jobless and has lost custody of his son. His family hopes an intervention can help Nik. Tiffany is a beautiful young woman who was once an excellent student and talented athlete. However, as a child, she was plagued by the pain of her parents' chaotic and violent marriage. Tiffany got married at a young age to escape her home life. However, her husband became controlling and abusive and Tiffany was forced to leave. Now Tiffany abuses alcohol to numb the pain of her troubled childhood and failed relationships. She frequently injures herself while drunk and has attempted suicide. Tiffany objects to the fact that her parents want her to stop drinking, but yet remain in denial of their own substance abuse problems. Tiffany relapsed six months after treatment. She broke up with her boyfriend and moved into a sober-living facility. Tiffany's mother continues to drink. Tiffany has been sober since November 22, Nik relapsed one month after treatment. His family continues to hold their bottom lines and his son is being raised by Nik's sister. Nik is living in Washington and continues to use heroin. By her late 20s, Sandy had achieved the American Dream. She was married with four beautiful daughters and owned a home she and her husband built themselves. But today, Sandy's life is unrecognizable from what it once was. Her days consist of combining prescription drugs with a pint of vodka and relying on her daughters to monitor both her diabetes and drinking. Her speech is slurred and she's been hospitalized several times. 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Kelly walked out of the intervention, but agreed to go to treatment on the condition that he could pick up his dog first. He transferred to another program after 20 days and spent a total of 60 days in treatment, but immediately purchased and drank beer upon leaving, saying that he never wanted to get sober. Five months later, he and his girlfriend had broken up and he had lost his dog again. Rachel, who was once a gorgeous child, now spends all of her time getting high on heroin and engaging in prostitution. Tommy moved to the east coast and works as a finance manager. He has been sober since September 30, Michael has a serious anger problem. He has a history of violent behavior and has been known to punch holes into the walls of his father's house. Michael is a school athlete, yell leader, and is now addicted to pills and alcohol after emotional pain from his high school days. He is now facing jail time after parole violations. Corinne is a pretty year-old who was an honor roll student, star athlete and played the clarinet and saxophone. She started using drugs at 14 after being sexually abused by a neighborhood boy who babysat her. Still striving to move forward while battling her addictions, she completed her GED and began college, finishing two semesters before dropping out. Now, Corinne has become addicted to a deadly combination of heroin and crystal meth. Corinne is also a diabetic who requires insulin , but she often skips her doses because she is so high. After repeated trips to the emergency room, her family is expecting to hear that they've lost her for good. Audrey, 24, was popular and artistic. Now, she is a heroin addict living on the streets. She has been an addict for 5 years and her family feels like the next time they will see her is in a coffin. Her family plans an intervention to save her, if they can. 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Billy seemed to be living the typical life of a suburban teen until his mother had a near-fatal heart attack and was diagnosed with severe heart disease. Billy turned to opiates to dull the emotional pain; after his family sent him to rehab, Billy returned addicted to yet another opiate, methadone , and now believes he is as addicted to "the needle" as he is to the drugs. Amy is a free-spirited dancer and class clown who is now a homeless meth addict with a past history of self-mutilation. Annie is a ballet dancer who is anorexic and bulimic and is very close to death. Both have co-dependent partners in their addictive behaviors Amy's boyfriend Tom; Annie's fellow dancer Selena. Success in their interventions depends heavily on whether or not their partner addicts will also agree to get help. At 18, Chuckie became addicted to heroin again; he now lives in a motel room, spending his days mooching money from his mother and shooting up. 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Their only hope is an intervention and the possibility that John will seek treatment. We revisit with two of our subjects to see how they've been doing since we first profiled them. Antwahn's family staged an intervention to save him from cocaine and he went to treatment. But unfortunately, we learn that his story does not end there. Tammi has five sisters who are all driven, successful career women and survivors of everything from the corporate rat race to breast cancer , but Tammi is an alcoholic facing jail terms for several DUI violations. Daniel was born into a family of traveling evangelists who seemed to have everything until Daniel's father was diagnosed with terminal cancer and a long-time family friend took care of Daniel and his sister Mike is a chiropractor from Modesto, California who loves adrenaline rush sports like snowboarding, jet ski riding and other forms of living "the high life" Now Mike has lost his wife, kids, apartment, car and tens of thousands of dollars to his drug addiction. James was an outstanding student and ROTC drill sergeant until his mother suffered a serious cardiovascular illness and he was forced to step up and be the man of the household while his father cared for his ailing mother; James cracked under the pressure and turned to meth to allow him to escape from his increasingly grim real life. Now James is an unemployed tweaker who got two girlfriends pregnant within weeks of one another and the pressures to be a father to his children drive him even further into a crystal meth haze as well as forcing his mother to pay child support for him. After Mike left treatment he spent 3 days in jail for drunk driving and criminal mischief. He returned to his parents' house and began visiting his children regularly. Mike continues to drink but stopped using drugs. Tim is an up and coming music producer who becomes addicted to crack cocaine. His girlfriend Madyson is lead singer in Tim's band and is just starting to break through in the local music scene, but Tim's crack abuse is threatening to derail her career. Interventionist Candy Finnigan has to persuade Madyson that the only way to help Tim is to force him to go to rehab. At 40 years old, Betsy seems to have it all. She's beautiful with great friends and a gorgeous house. But Betsy is miserable and she drinks up to five bottles of chardonnay a day to mask the pain. The alcohol is starting to take its toll. She has been in detox several times this year. Betsy does not believe she has a problem with alcohol. She was once a fun-loving and outgoing child, but now her addiction has changed her into a person her family does not even recognize. Due to her addiction, Cristy lost her job and abandoned her career aspirations and she now finances her drug and alcohol use by working as a stripper. She has ruined her father's rental property and has such violent tendencies that many of her relatives fear her. Despite an outstanding warrant for her arrest on DUI charges, Cristy insists she'd rather go to jail than go through rehab. A high-functioning year-old, affluent, former interior designer and onetime actress. From North Carolina, Sylvia Parsons is twice-divorced and a habitual drunk driver. 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Her parents have to lock their food cabinets and refrigerator when she comes over to visit them, and Jessie has turned to stripping to make enough money to pay for her food addiction. Laurie was a well-respected prison death row psychologist until her affair with a co-worker became public knowledge. A stressful divorce, followed by injuries, illness and accidents led to her becoming addicted to tranquilizers and opiate painkillers; now Laurie has lost everything, including her children. Laurie almost seems oblivious to having lost custody of her children to her own parents, and refuses to give up her pills or seek any kind of help. Jessie successfully completed treatment for bulimia, has returned to college at Oregon State and has not binged or purged since the intervention. Lauren is a former Physical Education teacher who is now a major heroin addict. She lives at home with her mother and holds her family hostage, almost literally, with her volatile temper. And to top everything off, her boyfriend Mike, a former cocaine addict, recently relapsed and was kicked out of his home the day before the intervention, giving Lauren yet another reason to refuse to change her behavior. As a condition to get Lauren to agree to go to treatment, Mike, who had a desire to get back into recovery and wanted to be a role model for Lauren, was allowed to move in temporarily with Lauren's family. The show's producers offered to get Mike into treatment in a nearby facility in Pennsylvania; Mike eagerly accepted but had many issues during his second stint in rehab and his relationship with Lauren is strained. Lauren managed to get sober and worked for Oasis, a drug treatment center, in Anaheim, California until she relapsed in November ; she returned to recovery and was sober since January Ryan abuses OxyContin and other opiates. Ryan's mother was previously married to a cocaine addict; when that marriage ended, she married a man who became an alcoholic. Ryan has been through rehab in the past but always failed. His stepfather's drinking makes any attempt at gaining help for Ryan even more difficult because Ryan calls out the hypocrisy. Interventionist Ken Seeley tries to make sense of the tangled family dynamics to get everyone on board to help Ryan succeed this time. At the end of the episode, Ryan agrees to go to treatment, but is kicked out of one rehab center and runs away from the second episode. Kim is anorexic and bulimic, and also cuts herself. Kim's biological father was physically and emotionally abusive to the family, and Kim's early childhood was very traumatic. As a result, Kim suffered from severe separation anxiety, and clung to her mother for comfort. Kim's mother was overwhelmed with Kim's emotional demands and felt like her children needed a father figure, so she remarried when Kim was still a young child. Kim's relationships with her family and friends are strained—her mother enables her behavior, her stepfather openly disdains her "neediness" and attention-seeking behavior, she has lost her husband and her home. Kim's anxiety and eating disorder are destroying her, the negativity is now threatening to destroy everyone around her as well. Jacob is an alcoholic whose mother was a major drug dealer when he was a young man. Jacob, normally a calm and friendly guy, has a darker side that comes out when he drinks; he has been thrown out of multiple bars for fighting, including fighting with bouncers. Now living with his mother who has recently returned after serving two years for drug dealing , Jacob and his mom are constantly butting heads, driving Jacob even further into the bottle. Jeff VanVonderen has to cut through the complicated tangle of multiple familial addictions and dysfunctional relationships to get Jacob to agree to accept help. The youngest son in a gregarious Italian-American family in New Jersey, Anthony should have been following in his half-brothers' footsteps to open his own pizza parlor Though he successfully completed rehab to get his heroin addiction under control, he still felt an overwhelming desire to inject something into his system, leading to an ever-worsening addiction to shooting cocaine. Anthony has robbed his brothers' businesses, stolen from his parents and committed a number of serious criminal offenses, all in the name of obtaining drugs. Trent, 33, is a four-star chef who's served U. But as the child of alcoholics, Trent's formative years were marked with violence and abuse. He ultimately turned to drugs to cope and today he is homeless, sick, battling freezing temperatures and has an insatiable heroin and cocaine addiction. His friends and family fear he won't make it through the winter on the streets. Dillon is a crystal meth addict living in a small town in Oklahoma. 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David Campbell Stars: A drunken newspaperman is rescued from his alcoholic haze by an heiress whose love sobers him up and encourages him to write a play, but he lapses back into dipsomania. Dorothy Arzner Stars: She turned to drugs and alcohol and had multiple affairs. Her husband discovered one of her affairs and divorced her. Janet remarried and had two more children, but she missed her old luxurious lifestyle and began drinking heavily. Now she frequently passes out, threatens suicide and puts herself in life-threatening situations. As a result of being sexually molested by her neighbor as a child, Nicole has developed dysphagia , a psychological inability to swallow. At mealtimes, she chews her food for the taste and then spits it out; her only nutrition comes from liquid supplements, taken through a feeding tube she has used for years. Her weight has fallen drastically and she abuses the medications prescribed by her doctors to help her deal with her past trauma. Nicole's family now fears for both her life and the welfare of her two daughters. Brittany was born five years after the brutal rape and murder of her 9-year-old sister, Terry. Brittany struggled with the pressure to live up to her mother's perfect image of Terry. Now she shoots up Dilaudid six times a day, begs family members for money and prostitutes herself. Brittany's mother scrambles to give Brittany enough money for her fix. Desperate and on the verge of bankruptcy, Brittany's family prepares for an intervention. When he developed diabetes , he took good care of himself at first, but later slipped into a depression and began failing to monitor his blood sugar , eating whatever he wanted and not taking proper doses of insulin. His behavior now has his entire family fearing for his life, especially his mother, whose own health is worsening under the stress. After two months in treatment, John was asked to leave for failing to follow the plan laid down for him. He moved back home with his parents, where he began to look after himself properly and gained 35 pounds. He has kept his blood sugar under control since September This episode revisits the cases of Tressa, whose drug habit ruined both her family relationships and her chances of qualifying for the Olympics and of Josh, a morbidly obese compulsive eater whose family worried about both his health and his father's. Tressa attempted to qualify for the U. Olympic trials, but fell just short of the needed mark. She went home to Nebraska, her first visit since the intervention, to attend her mother's wedding. Once a fantastically successful hairstylist, Casie now works in a small-town salon. She abuses numerous drugs, is bulimic and sometimes prostitutes herself. Her parent's divorce and her mother's cocaine addiction shattered Casie's childhood. This left Casie: Casie's mother now stubbornly enables her out of guilt and loyalty, even as this destroys the mother's second marriage. Casie's boyfriend John tries to keep her functioning, but he's an addict, too. John shows up late to the pre-intervention, claiming it was because Casie got strung out on drugs and was doing her chores, but the group suspects he was using too. Casie ends up agreeing to go to treatment and John reveals that they got engaged the night before the intervention. From an early age, Anthony's father made him feel worthless. His parents divorced and his mother remarried, but she was still unhappy and turned to alcohol and drugs. It was little wonder, then, that Anthony began drinking at age Another blow came when Anthony's younger brother died of leukemia. Anthony spiraled downward and now he drinks half a gallon of vodka a day and takes whatever drugs he can find. During the course of the intervention, Anthony goes on a binge so bad that he has to be hospitalized for five days and the doctors say that his liver can't process alcohol anymore and one more binge could kill him. While in the hospital, he decides to drink hand sanitizer as it has alcohol in it. Lana grew up in a family of 11 children and her older sister introduced her to drinking at the age of seven. Despite this precarious start, Lana excelled in sports and was active in the church. But at 18, Lana began to enter into dangerous relationships with men and started abusing drugs and alcohol. She was in two near-fatal car accidents. And now, to make things even worse, she is in a relationship plagued by physical violence. When Angelina was eight, her family grew apart over an argument about money. Her mother, Peggy, turned to prescription drugs and cocaine to deal with the stress. After graduating from high school, Angelina became her younger brother's legal guardian, but she was overwhelmed by the job of taking care of her brother and addict mother. Then Angelina turned to cheaper drugs and heroin to support her habit. Born into a family with traditional Catholic values, Chris struggled with his sexuality until coming out at He drinks first thing in the morning to ward off tremors, he's abusive to his partner and he can't keep a job. His father believes Chris should be able to stop drinking by sheer force of will, but his mother believes that genetics is to blame for his alcoholism. Chris' family and partner convince him to go to treatment ultimately. Nik, 35, was a successful college graduate and businessman who was adored by his entire family. He used to direct a profitable chain of casinos. But after suffering a back injury, Nik became addicted to the painkiller OxyContin and as his addiction progressed, he moved onto heroin. Now he is homeless, jobless and has lost custody of his son. His family hopes an intervention can help Nik. Tiffany is a beautiful young woman who was once an excellent student and talented athlete. However, as a child, she was plagued by the pain of her parents' chaotic and violent marriage. Tiffany got married at a young age to escape her home life. However, her husband became controlling and abusive and Tiffany was forced to leave. Now Tiffany abuses alcohol to numb the pain of her troubled childhood and failed relationships. She frequently injures herself while drunk and has attempted suicide. Tiffany objects to the fact that her parents want her to stop drinking, but yet remain in denial of their own substance abuse problems. Tiffany relapsed six months after treatment. She broke up with her boyfriend and moved into a sober-living facility. Tiffany's mother continues to drink. Tiffany has been sober since November 22, Nik relapsed one month after treatment. His family continues to hold their bottom lines and his son is being raised by Nik's sister. Nik is living in Washington and continues to use heroin. By her late 20s, Sandy had achieved the American Dream. She was married with four beautiful daughters and owned a home she and her husband built themselves. But today, Sandy's life is unrecognizable from what it once was. Her days consist of combining prescription drugs with a pint of vodka and relying on her daughters to monitor both her diabetes and drinking. Her speech is slurred and she's been hospitalized several times. Sharon is a compulsive shopper who has undergone numerous plastic surgeries to feel better about her appearance. She also feels she must hit herself. She has bruises on her thighs and stomach and repeatedly hits her head with a hairbrush. When he was three, Gabe's mother abandoned him on the streets of Calcutta, but he was adopted by a young American couple. Gabe seemed happy in America, but he secretly felt like an outsider. In high school, he started to rebel and resent his conservative Christian upbringing. He began using marijuana and cocaine and later graduated to heroin. Now the family fears that without an intervention, Gabe's addiction and depression will soon lead to his death. Forty-year-old Jeff was once known as a heroic firefighter after he saved his partner's life. But Jeff was traumatized by the harrowing event and his drinking increased drastically. Jeff has received two DUI's and been rushed to the hospital numerous times for seizures. Jeff's alcoholism has also forced his son and wife to move out. Now his family's last hope is that an intervention will stop Jeff from drinking himself to death. When he was five, Donald's parents divorced. He longed for a strong father figure, but his father had very little contact with him. Donald became a gifted boxer, but ultimately chose drugs over his career. He joined a violent gang and turned to stealing to support his crack habit. Donald's girlfriend just had a baby and Donald has a second chance to be a good father, but his crack use is spiraling out of control. Jason grew up in a seemingly perfect upper-middle-class family in Littleton, Colorado, but he struggled to gain his father's approval. When Jason failed to make the baseball team his freshman year, Jason and his father were devastated. Jason began rollerblading and excelled, but he quit because his father disapproved of the sport. Jason turned to drugs and by his senior year he was an addict. A year later, the Columbine High School shooters named Jason one of the bullies they retaliated against. Overcome with guilt and grief for his dead classmates he felt that it was his fault that the massacre happened , Jason's addiction escalated. Now Jason lives on the streets of Denver and his family is in pieces. When she was young, Nikki's mother and grandmother worked hard to give her a good life. Nikki excelled in school, but she was devastated when her grandmother died. She began hanging out with a rebellious crowd, skipping school and using crack. Nikki eventually had two daughters, but has remained addicted to drugs. Her daughters desperately want to have a relationship with Nikki and know that an intervention is their only hope of saving their mother's life. Forty-two-year-old Bret grew up as a "golden boy", playing sports. He married his high school sweetheart, Amaya and they had two children, Kelsey and Kyle. Bret was a real estate agent. He and Amaya divorced after he began drinking heavily. He had an intervention before; this time, he strongly resisted and angrily left and walked back to his house. His family broke into his condo to take his shotgun after worrying he may use it on himself. He agreed to treatment after his family threatened to make him take a psychiatric evaluation. Bret went to the Hope by the Sea treatment center in California. Eighty days into treatment, Bret was diagnosed with advanced esophageal cancer. He died three weeks later on June 19, He was sober for days. As a boy, Aaron Brink was subjected to his parents' divorce and custody battle. He lived with his father while his 2 brothers lived with their mother. Aaron began rebelling in his teens, experimenting with alcohol and other drugs and spending time in juvenile prison. In his 20s he began a successful career as a mixed martial arts fighter and also worked as a porn star. He was introduced to crystal meth through the porn industry and addiction quickly took over his life. His wife and family are at their wit's end and hope Aaron will accept treatment to save his life. Danielle lives in Vancouver, BC, with her two children and husband Rod. As a child, she and her two sisters struggled with her father's drinking and subsequent neglect by him. Now an adult, she is addicted to Percocet, taking up to 40 pills in 1 day. She gets the pills from her mother's prescription and stole the identity of one of her sisters in order to get more. The episode features Chad Gerlach, clean nearly a year, in training for his first competitive cycling race in Italy since undergoing treatment. He has signed on with a cycling team consisting of and sponsored by recovering addicts. His relationship with his girlfriend, pregnant with their first child, is also featured. Sobriety and impending fatherhood have caused Chad to mature significantly as a person. Chad performs poorly in the race, but has recovered and matured enough to realize it's just an early step in his road to recovery. As a boy, Joey was subjected to his parents' divorce and subsequent remarriages. Both parents were focused primarily on their new marriages and starting new families and often neglected Joey's emotional needs. Joey entered his teens feeling rejected and abandoned by his parents, and began experimenting with marijuana and other drugs. At 19, he broke into his mother's house and stole her credit cards to finance his burgeoning heroin habit. His mother pressed charges and Joey spent a year in prison. Upon his release he entered treatment, began a successful career as a tattoo artist, met his girlfriend also in recovery and fathered a little girl Lyla. Fatherhood proved to be too much pressure on Joey, however, and he relapsed. Joey's family hopes an intervention can help him accept treatment, repair his relationships with his family and become a better father to his young daughter. Sebastian, 22 and Marcel, 20, brothers and the sons of Chilean immigrants, grew up overindulged, inadequately supervised and spoiled rotten in Palm Springs , California. As a result of the irresponsible and negligent parenting they received, Sebastian started experimenting with alcohol, drugs and sex before he even reached puberty. Once Marcel started to witness his older brother's self-indulgent behavior he quickly followed in his footsteps. By age 17 Sebastian had become addicted to cocaine and crystal meth and was sent to treatment in Chile for 6 months. Marcel remained at home and continued to use. Upon his return from Chile, Sebastian got caught up in Marcel's lifestyle, quickly relapsed and eventually started to use heroin. Sebastian and Marcel's parents are held hostage by their sons' addiction and criminal behavior, are in severe denial, think their sons are perfect and can do no wrong and think themselves powerless to stop their sons' self-destructive behavior. Gloria, 53, is an attractive African-American caterer living outside San Francisco who has been an alcoholic for 30 years. She drinks because, in her words, "African Americans don't have it very good in this country and that's just what we do. She puts on a front of being a "functional" alcoholic, but 30 years of alcoholism has left her anything but. Her drinking has left her in debt and has prevented her from having any sort of meaningful relationship with her two adult daughters whom she basically abandoned when they were very young. Gloria's daughters hope that an intervention will give them the sober, loving mom they never had. Marci, 36, grew up in Chico , California in a dysfunctional family with an alcoholic father and a mother in denial who tried to cover up the family's secrets in order to impress outsiders. Marci began drinking and experimenting with drugs in her late teens and early 20s. She stopped using after her 2 children were born, but being trapped in an unhappy marriage with 2 young children proved too much stress and drove her back to the bottle. After her divorce, in which her ex-husband was awarded custody of the children, Marci began using methamphetamine. Three years later, Marci smokes, snorts, or injects meth multiple times a day and is showing signs of drug-induced psychosis. Big Dick. Big Tits. 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James was an outstanding student and ROTC drill sergeant until his mother suffered a serious cardiovascular illness and he was forced to step up and be the man of the household while his father cared for his ailing mother; James cracked under the pressure and turned to meth to allow him to escape from his increasingly grim real life. Now James is an unemployed tweaker who got two girlfriends pregnant within weeks of one another and the pressures to be a father to his children drive him even further into a crystal meth haze as well as forcing his mother to pay child support for him. After Mike left treatment he spent 3 days in jail for drunk driving and criminal mischief. He returned to his parents' house and began visiting his children regularly. Mike continues to drink but stopped using drugs. Tim is an up and coming music producer who becomes addicted to crack cocaine. 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Laurie almost seems oblivious to having lost custody of her children to her own parents, and refuses to give up her pills or seek any kind of help. Jessie successfully completed treatment for bulimia, has returned to college at Oregon State and has not binged or purged since the intervention. Lauren is a former Physical Education teacher who is now a major heroin addict. She lives at home with her mother and holds her family hostage, almost literally, with her volatile temper. And to top everything off, her boyfriend Mike, a former cocaine addict, recently relapsed and was kicked out of his home the day before the intervention, giving Lauren yet another reason to refuse to change her behavior. As a condition to get Lauren to agree to go to treatment, Mike, who had a desire to get back into recovery and wanted to be a role model for Lauren, was allowed to move in temporarily with Lauren's family. The show's producers offered to get Mike into treatment in a nearby facility in Pennsylvania; Mike eagerly accepted but had many issues during his second stint in rehab and his relationship with Lauren is strained. Lauren managed to get sober and worked for Oasis, a drug treatment center, in Anaheim, California until she relapsed in November ; she returned to recovery and was sober since January Ryan abuses OxyContin and other opiates. Ryan's mother was previously married to a cocaine addict; when that marriage ended, she married a man who became an alcoholic. Ryan has been through rehab in the past but always failed. His stepfather's drinking makes any attempt at gaining help for Ryan even more difficult because Ryan calls out the hypocrisy. Interventionist Ken Seeley tries to make sense of the tangled family dynamics to get everyone on board to help Ryan succeed this time. 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Jacob, normally a calm and friendly guy, has a darker side that comes out when he drinks; he has been thrown out of multiple bars for fighting, including fighting with bouncers. Now living with his mother who has recently returned after serving two years for drug dealing , Jacob and his mom are constantly butting heads, driving Jacob even further into the bottle. Jeff VanVonderen has to cut through the complicated tangle of multiple familial addictions and dysfunctional relationships to get Jacob to agree to accept help. The youngest son in a gregarious Italian-American family in New Jersey, Anthony should have been following in his half-brothers' footsteps to open his own pizza parlor Though he successfully completed rehab to get his heroin addiction under control, he still felt an overwhelming desire to inject something into his system, leading to an ever-worsening addiction to shooting cocaine. Anthony has robbed his brothers' businesses, stolen from his parents and committed a number of serious criminal offenses, all in the name of obtaining drugs. Trent, 33, is a four-star chef who's served U. But as the child of alcoholics, Trent's formative years were marked with violence and abuse. He ultimately turned to drugs to cope and today he is homeless, sick, battling freezing temperatures and has an insatiable heroin and cocaine addiction. His friends and family fear he won't make it through the winter on the streets. Dillon is a crystal meth addict living in a small town in Oklahoma. Dillon also refuses to stay in compliance with his bipolar medication, making even attempting to talk to Dillon about his increasingly out-of-control behavior nearly impossible. What starts out as a typical intervention with an uncooperative addict quickly spirals into a situation requiring police intervention to solve. Jessica, 21, comes from a tight-knit family. Her father, mother, sister and grandfather all work at the family-owned gas station. But Jessica's not allowed to work there any more. Ever since Jessica became addicted to heroin at 17, her family cannot trust her. Everyone wants to see her go to treatment. But just organizing the intervention is tearing them apart. Laney, 36, is a hard-core alcoholic who grew up in a dysfunctional family where her mother's many husbands and boyfriends both physically and verbally abused her, in addition to being raped by an ex-boyfriend in her own home. Laney is a millionaire thanks to a divorce settlement from her husband, a dot-com exec whose stock options paid off handsomely, but she spends her days alone in a luxurious mansion with only her cat for a companion, drinking rum constantly and popping tranquilizers in a futile effort to numb the pain. 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Lawrence's denial of his deteriorating health and his accelerating drinking problem is so strong that at one point he openly denies having had anything to drink while holding a plastic mug full of straight vodka, in an apartment where the garbage cans are full of empty vodka bottles. Lawrence's loved ones bring in Jeff VanVonderen for an intervention in the hope that this show of love and support will help Lawrence get the help he needs and that by sharing his story he might help others. After a troubled childhood that sent him to juvenile hall for felony arson, Chad's father introduced him to cycling at age Chad went pro and cycled on the same team as Lance Armstrong. But after getting kicked off the team for "personality conflicts," Chad was crushed and turned to drugs. Now homeless, Chad spends his days panhandling, smoking crack, and drinking. His family's many efforts to get him off the streets have failed. Their last hope is an intervention. 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Coming from the rural south, Memphis, Tennessee, the screaming, fainting women were a mystery to him, but still thrilling. He loved being loved and he took advantage of the swell of female sexual desire for him up until his death in at age forty-two.

A year old Priscilla Beaulieu, whose father was an officer in the U. She wanted to meet Elvis and Currie was willing to set that up. The birth of Lisa Marie changed the dynamic of his relationship with Priscilla. Broken family: The marriage was over inbut they both doted on their precious Rough lesbian sex addict RANCH AFFAIR. She stayed in his bed those six months he was in Germany. When Elvis' mother Gladys died in his craving for companionship in bed became stronger. From until his death inhe always needed a woman or girl in bed.

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When Anita learned of all the other women and found a letter from Priscilla begging Elvis to bring her over from Germany for a visit, she ended the relationship. The virginal Anita was out, the virginal Priscilla was in. In this play, Elvis had Priscilla and the girl pretend to make love while he watched, filmed, and sometimes joined in.

They photographed themselves in a variety of poses and scenes with a Polaroid camera and stored the pictures in a silver suitcase. ChristmasElvis proposed and they were hitched in Vegas the following May A year later, the marriage was over.

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Lacking lover: Priscilla tried to seduce him with a black negligee and cuddling but it had no effect. She had tried to upgrade his taste level and redesign his Palm Springs house where they honeymooned. His wife Priscilla - and for that matter his girlfriends - were not invited.

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In Augusta triangle of beautiful young women came along. Spotted by an Elvis greeter, she ended up in his suite for a private dinner but did not spend the night. Elvis pursued her back in Washington but she knew he was married and believed adultery a sin.

Joyce finally accepted the invite a year later — arriving right after Elvis had received a death threat -that he was going to be killed on stage while performing. He had always demanded that his bodyguards and anyone else shield him from a bullet with their body. He believed the threat and said goodbye to everyone before the show. Alone with him in his hotel suite,Joyce saw this was not the sensitive, gentle man she met a year ago. She wanted to know if they had a future.

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