Cara Delevingne says she’s now 4 months sober after stint in rehab

  • Actress and model Cara Delevingne told Vogue she was four months sober.
  • She said seeing herself badly in paparazzi photos was a “reality check” for her.
  • She also revealed that she was seven years old when she first abused alcohol and got drunk at a wedding.

Actress and model Cara Delevingne says she’s now been four months sober after a stint in rehab.

Delevingne said vogue about his problems with alcohol abuse for the magazine’s cover story, published March 8. The ‘Suicide Squad’ actress told Vogue she checked herself into rehab late last year.

“Before, I was always in the quick fix of healing, going to a week-long retreat or a trauma course, let’s say, and it helped for a minute, but it never really reached the background, the deeper things,” she said.

“This time I realized that the 12-step treatment was the best thing, and it was about not being ashamed of it,” she added. “The opposite of addiction is connection, and I really found that in 12 steps.”

She said she wasn’t ready to quit yet, because it was “too much” for her right now.

Delevingne also told Vogue that her first experience of alcohol abuse was when she was seven years old, during a family wedding.

“I woke up in my grandmother’s house in my bedroom hungover, in a bridesmaid dress,” Delevingne, 30, said. vogue. “I had gone to nail glasses of champagne.”

Delevingne said she wanted help after seeing photos of herself in the press in September that appeared to show her erratic behavior at a Los Angeles airport.

The paparazzi photos were published on Page 6, and show Delevingne with tousled hair, smoking a cigarette, and wearing dirty socks with no shoes. She was also pictured leaving the airport with her feet sticking out of a window of the SUV that picked her up.

Delevingne told Vogue that she hadn’t slept and had just returned from Burning Man, a festival in Nevada’s Black Rock desert.

“It’s heartbreaking because I thought I was having fun, but at some point I was like, ‘Okay, I don’t look good,'” she told Vogue.”You know, sometimes you need a reality check, so in a way, those photos were something to be grateful for.”

Representatives for Delevingne did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

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