Fergie's addiction to methamphetamine was not without consequences, even one year after her chronic use of drugs.
"I had [suffering from] chemically induced psychosis and dementia, I was hallucinating every day," the singer said in a candid interview with iNews. "It took me a year after I stopped taking that drug so the chemicals in my brain would calm down and I would not see things, I would like to be sitting there, seeing a random bee or rabbit."
At its lowest point, Fergie, 42, believed that the SWB and FBI teams were tracking each of her movements, which led her to seek consolation in a church. 19659002] "I remember thinking:" If I walk out, and the SWAT team is out there, I was right all the time, but if they're not there, then it's the drugs that make me see things and I'll end up in a institution, "he recalled. "And if drugs really are, anyway, I do not want to live like that anymore." I left the church; obviously, there was not a SWAT team, only I was in a parking lot. It was a moment of liberation. "
Axl's mother, a 4-year-old son, is grateful that he eventually gets out of his drug-induced phase.
" The drug thing, it was really fun … It was not like that, "he said." But you know what, thanks the day that happened to me. Because that is my strength, my faith, my hope for something better. "
This is not the first time that the former Black Eyed Peas has spoken openly about her fight against addiction.In September 2006, she told Time crystal meth who was the "most difficult boyfriend" he had to break.
"It's the drug that is addictive. But that's why you start doing it, in the first place, it's interesting. A lot of that was being a child actor; I learned to suppress feelings, "Fergie said on CBS News.