George Clooney’s quotes on drug and alcohol use (INFOGRAPHIC)

“Run for office? No. I’ve slept with too many women, I’ve done too many drugs, and I’ve been to too many parties.” What else does George Clooney say about alcohol and drug abuse? Read here.

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Famous Addiction Quotes George Clooney [Reference Sources]Clooney tried drugs in the past, but didn’t like it

In an interview several years ago, George Clooney revealed that he’s a drinker and has tried cocaine. More specifically, he reflected on his excessive alcohol consumption, and added:

“I drink at times too much. I do enjoy drinking, and there have been times in my life when it’s crossed the line from being fun to having to drink late at night for absolutely no reason. So what I do is, I stop.”

George Clooney’s quotes on drug and alcohol use (INFOGRAPHIC)

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Later in that interview, he admitted he had tried cocaine in the past, but didn’t like it: “I didn’t have an issue with it. I’m not a big druggie, not at all. Blow is absolutely a nonstarter.”

We’ve collected Clooney’s quotes about drug and alcohol use in an attempt to round-up celebrity, politician, and otherwise well-known faces and their views on addiction.  But he’s not a problem drinker. He’s not into weed. Cocaine doesn’t/didn’t do it for him. It seems that of the possible issues George Clooney might struggle with as a human…addiction is NOT one of them.

George Clooney, NOT on drugs

We’re happy for George. Not just everyone can start and stop a substance without major consequences. Good for you!

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Lee Weber is a published author, medical writer, and woman in long-term recovery from addiction. Her latest book, The Definitive Guide to Addiction Interventions is set to reach university bookstores in early 2019.

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  1. Interesting infograph. Seems that although he may not, as you say, have a problem…some who don’t have that kind of self-control may look at that and think…hey, I could be just like him and be cool like that too….only to find out they have a problem. Addiction is difficult at best.

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