Posted on Monday, July 24, 2018 06:29:20TV’s biggest stars are still refusing to talk about what happened on July 12, but it’s not because they’re not willing to talk.
On Tuesday, the reality TV starlet was asked by “Good Morning America” whether she had any reaction to the news that she would be taking a year off after her first season as the star of MTV Unplugging.
“No comment,” she responded.
The actress, who has been outspoken about her struggles with alcohol addiction and a family tragedy, has previously spoken out about her recovery and about how difficult it has been to live with her condition.
“I think that’s what I want people to think of when they hear me, which is that I’m not going to be able to go back in there and play the same way I did when I was younger,” she told People magazine in February.
“And so I’m really happy that I am able to continue to do that.
I’m so grateful that people have the chance to know me for who I am and for what I am.
I love the people that are still around.
I just hope they take it as a challenge and not a challenge.
Because I can’t do that again.”
In March, she tweeted: “I have been sober for 3 years and still feel the pain of my addiction.”
A source close to the actress told People on Monday that MTV Unpartying was “a little off track”.
“There are a few things going on behind the scenes, and it is still a very different process than when she came on,” the source said.
“They have the best of intentions and are trying to make things as pain-free as possible for her.
But they are still trying to build something for her and the fans.”
She’s not happy with what they are doing, and that is why she has taken a year of time off.
“The source added that MTV has a lot to learn from her decision to quit.”
She’s a big star, so if you don’t like it, you should go to another channel.”