Drew Barrymore talks about the fight she gave with drugs

Drew Barrymore appeared on the Norm Macdonald Has A Show and talked about the difficult childhood and teenage years she lived. Indeed, she did not hesitate to refer to the age when he was admitted to a clinic where she was only 14 years old.

The presenter asked her if she was missing cocaine. “No,” he replied. “God, it’s been a long time, but not. Nothing would look like a worse nightmare. I have never used hallucinogens … But I drink and enjoy my life. Cocaine is literally my biggest nightmare right now, “she continued.

Later, she referred to the problems he faced by growing up as a star rather than as a normal child. She became famous at the age of 7 when she starred in E.T. The Extra-Terrastrial, but clarified that she, in fact, has been working since the first 11 months of her life.

“Really, it’s the recipe for the disaster,” she said, describing her life as a child-star. “But do you know what is perfect? The overcame all the 14 – something of a crisis of age, you know, because I went to the clinic, I was without a family – and then I became a guardian of me and I found my way. ”

She continued giving details about her parents. “I had mom, but it was my friend. You are telling me ‘You want to go to school and to tease all day, or do you want to go to Studio 54;’ And I was thinking that ‘Of course I do not want to spend my day with these suckers who treat me horribly. ”

Today, Drew Barrymore is the mother of two beautiful girls, Olive, 5, and four-year-old Frankie. She is more calm and happy than ever.