Ex-TV anchor reveals turning point from sex and drug addiction

Ex-TV anchor reveals turning point from sex and drug addiction 1

 

Former TV anchor Brandon Lee opens up about his struggles with addiction and his push to change the public perception and stigma surrounding addiction in the US. #CNN #News

24 Comments on "Ex-TV anchor reveals turning point from sex and drug addiction"

  1. potatomato :p | July 20, 2019 at 10:00 AM | Reply

    If i was a tv anchor and i’m about to quit, i’d mimic the controlled steve carel in bruce almighty.

  2. Wishing you continued health sir.

  3. Nina Kupchenko | July 20, 2019 at 10:29 AM | Reply

    I vaguely remember him

  4. Are you going to interview me? You don’t want to know what was my pivot point to start a diet?!

  5. Alisha Moore | July 20, 2019 at 10:54 AM | Reply

    Who did he expect to see at the needle exchange? Now I see why the opioid crisis is just that. Stereotype the wrong people.

    • It’s good they are suffering so they can understand the suffering of others that have endured this a lot longer.

  6. whataboutism | July 20, 2019 at 10:59 AM | Reply

    He seems so fake

  7. Gabriel Castaneda | July 20, 2019 at 11:00 AM | Reply

    Surviving trauma & abuse? Learn how to read.

  8. Amen brother … 10 years clean from drugs and alcohol. My son died on 12/27/18 from a heroin/fentanyl overdose. He had been on the methadone program for two years. He was a loving son, fiance, and father only 25 years old. He was not trash. I’m not going to let this hurt any more of my loved ones. 💜

  9. Brain washed carp.

  10. People are not supposed to become drug addicts… it is choice.

  11. Verse Wonder | July 20, 2019 at 11:15 AM | Reply

    When you see heroine addiction it amazes me that marijuana and heroine are considered the same by law enforcement 🤷🏿‍♂️

  12. ANYONE can become addicted to opioids and/or narcotics, even if you think you’re taking an Rx drug as prescribed. Every person’s body reacts differently to pain and meds. It’s amazing how easy it is to become addicted. And it’s not just prescription meds and drugs, it’s also alcohol. The more you take, the longer you’re on anything, the harder it is. Your body and brain starts to tell you “YOU NEED THIS TO SURVIVE or FUNCTION”! And of course, if you’ve never been through this, know someone who has, or talked in depth to a recovering addict, it’s easy to judge people.

    As my doctor once said, “Addiction doesn’t make you a bad person OR a good person. It simply means you have an addiction problem and addiction is a disease.” It’s past due that we got addiction awareness started and time to start educating people.

  13. I see a lot more rich people now get high since I work in the healthcare professional. I hope that people stay strong and fight this!

  14. Oh no another Hollywood cokehead comes out

  15. Scott Staggs | July 20, 2019 at 12:13 PM | Reply

    Exposing a secret to help others is the best therapy.

  16. Fake news!
    Fake story!
    Fake addiction!
    Fake tears!
    Fake everything!

  17. pat the trucker | July 20, 2019 at 12:28 PM | Reply

    He’s hawt, heyyyy boo ova here !

  18. NinetyOne Foxtrot | July 20, 2019 at 12:30 PM | Reply

    2 hrs clean from marijuana…time to re-up 😂

  19. I’ve long assumed that CNN anchors are on drugs

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