Stacey Sprint Admits Secret Vicodin Dependancy And Says ‘I’m Not Racist’




Clueless actress Stacey Sprint and former Fox Information commentator is opening up about drug dependancy and extra.

In an episode of Dr. Oz that aired Thursday (Oct. 14), Sprint stated she had a extreme dependancy to capsules, revealing she consumed “18 to twenty” Vicodin a day. The excessive value of Vicodin resulted in her shedding “all the pieces.”

Sprint additionally opened up about her conservative previous, the place she usually insulted Black communities.

“I am not homophobic. I am not racist. I used to be simply indignant and it benefited me,” Sprint stated in a preview.

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The 54-year-old stated extra in a Facebook post, writing, “I thank the Lord for having the ability to say that I’ve grown extra over the past 5 years than I’ve in my total life. I’m so blessed to be surrounded by individuals who have cherished and supported me by means of my most difficult time. Thanks all! I encourage anybody who has a narrative they’re afraid of telling to share it with the world. You by no means know who will have the ability to relate to you and who it might probably assist.”

Sprint has made many egregious feedback over time. She stated there needs to be no Black History Month, which was founded by a Black man named Carter G. Woodson, or BET. She stated Jesse Williams was a “plantation slave” and used a curse phrase to insult President Barack Obama on Fox News. She was finally fired from the appropriate wing channel.

In 2018, Sprint defended Trump’s horrorifc feedback about Neo-Nazis in Charlottesville, Virginia.

See a historical past of Stacey Sprint’s feedback, here.