He has a well-documented addiction history and admitted to being “high” when he first met his current wife, Ayda Field.
And sober star Robbie Williams reportedly called the UK “delirious” about its drink and drug culture in an Instagram Live on Friday evening.
The 46-year-old Rock DJ hitmaker also reportedly revealed his intention to “terrify” his young children while he educated them about the dangers of alcohol and illegal substances, with the goal of preventing them from using drugs.
Speaking: Robbie Williams reportedly labeled UK ‘delusional’ about drink and drug culture in Instagram Live on Friday evening
According to The Sun, Robbie said, “The drug and drink problem is an illusion. In the UK and in many places, it’s as natural as breathing.
“You just don’t think about it – you leave school then you go to the pub and that’s it, then you drink.
“What I find, since I was really sober, is how much this way of thinking is an illusion. “
He also allegedly said that alcohol is not necessary and can easily become a crutch that people rely on and insisted that drinking not be considered “a natural thing to do.”
The father of four has revealed how he soon intends to “terrify” his children – Teddy, seve, Charlie, five, Coco, 19 months and Beau, two months, about the dangers of drugs and drink.
Candid: The star has a well-documented history of drug and alcohol abuse and admitted being “high” when he first met his wife, now Ayda Field (photo from 1996)
Robbie would have admitted that he planned to talk to his kids about alcohol and drug use “sooner than you would like.”
He concluded that he hoped to “terrify” them before considering touching one or the other, but acknowledged that from that moment “it is up to them if they fall by the wayside” .
The singer continued his rant, comparing the drugs to a “chemical table ouija” in that “we are all interested” and they both “let in very, very dark energies” that consume the user.
MailOnline has contacted Robbie’s representatives for comments.
Robbie has been open about his battle with drinks and drugs in the past, admitting that meeting his wife Ayda forced him to end his hedonistic lifestyle.
Speaking to WW’s Wellness That Works podcast, Robbie said he would have died if he hadn’t changed his lifestyle.
Lifestyle change: Robbie has been open about his battle with drinks and drugs in the past, admitting that meeting his wife Ayda forced him to end his hedonistic lifestyle
“I knew I had to act or I was going to die …” he said, adding that he had “taken small steps” to change his life.
“You can only be distracted from the horse many times … but you keep coming back to the horse and your percentage of who you are, where you are and how you feel and life will get better and better. ”
Despite positive changes, Robbie admitted that it had been a “difficult trip”.
He had previously declared to the Sun in December 2017: “I am attracted to f ** ked … whatever the level. “
Robbie claims to have discovered his “addictive personality” when he was a teenager, and tried to remain “mostly sober” throughout his adult life.
“I can be addicted to everything …” he said.
“I am addicted to many things. I have to take care of these things and if I don’t take care of these things, I am in trouble.
Teach his kids a lesson: the father of four revealed how he was going to “terrify” his kids soon – Teddy, seve, Charlie, five, Coco, 19 months and Beau, two months, about the dangers of drugs and drinks