Shocker! Kendra Wilkinson Nearly Died Due To Drug Abuse

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Shocker! Kendra Wilkinson Nearly Died Due To Drug Abuse

November 24, 2014 01:30 PM by Stephanie Gustafson


Kendra Wilkinson has enjoyed her fair share of partying in the past, but until recently, many of the Kendra On Top star’s Facebook fans had no idea just how bad her behavior used to be. Turns out, Kendra was addicted to a whole host of illicit drugs as a teen. What, exactly, convinced the reality star to change her ways?

She may currently be one of cable television’s hottest reality stars, but at one time, Kendra Wilkinson was a seemingly hopeless drug addict. During a recent interview with the Mirror, Kendra shared several lurid details about her crazy past, including a story about how she nearly failed to survive a particularly extreme drug session. “My drug habit was turning into a nightmare pretty ­quickly…I almost didn’t survive. I was shaking and choking on the blood that was dripping down my throat. I was in serious trouble, ­everyone thought I was dying.”

A teenager at the time of the near-death experience, Kendra decided that she could no longer handle the constant drug use. She took it upon herself to get clean before eventually joining Hugh Hefner’s posse and achieving stardom on The Girls Next Door.

Twitter followers find Kendra Wilkinson’s story uniquely inspiring, for, in spite of her awful journey through drug abuse and addiction, she managed to achieve success. The reality star hopes that, by talking about her past, she will give hope to those currently struggling with addiction.

What do you think of Kendra Wilkinson’s drug addiction story? We know you have an opinion and we want to hear it, so feel free to sound off in the comments section below!

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