Former WWE Diva Admits She Had A Drinking Problem

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Former WWE Diva Serena Deeb has opened up about her drinking problem. She wrote the following on Twitter:

Today I am incredibly proud, as it marks one full year I have gone without drinking alcohol. A year ago I looked myself in the mirror & reevaluated my priorities. I decided to make serious changes. I have always wanted to be a role model & help others around me because I believe that makes the world a better place. I hope this message can inspire & encourage whoever reads it. Oftentimes when people approach change, it can be overwhelming. One week is hard, one year is even harder and 'forever' almost sounds impossible. From my personal account, I think it's helpful to take things one day at a time & to constantly remind yourself of the bigger picture. We all have changes that we want to implement. A new year approaching is the perfect opportunity. Don't limit yourself & the potential that you have to live a better life. Change is never easy BUT with a challenge, you build a stronger character. Self confidence & a strong will are very empowering. Take small steps & don't look back- "Be the change you wish to see in the world." 🙂

Serena was released from WWE in August 2010 because of drunk behavior in front of fans on the road. She established a lot of respect amongst many for be willing to shave her head in the Straight Edge Society gimmick with CM Punk.

  • Andy

    time to get the Straight Edge Society back then!

    • Alex

      That's exactly what I was thinking. Punk can save her.

  • Patrick_Peralta

    Congrats to her.

  • Ernest Bethea

    She has more than earned my respect. Keep up the good work Serena.

  • wnwdotcom2

    I agree, isn't this refreshing? She admitted she had a problem and did something about it. Great story and I wish others would follow her great example.

    • gpturbo81

      would ya look at it, someone actually taking responsibility for their problems

  • H.M.

    I'll still call it, Punk was her original saviour 😛

    I'd really like to see her back in the WWE though.

  • @RatedMKD

    Great to see this, especially seeing how she's so young. I believe she's about 25 or so at the moment. So many people go so long before realising that they need to change their lifestyle – or worse, don't realise at all.

  • MonstaHeel 450

    Good that Serena realizing early and owning up to the problems she had. Keep on fightin, "Anti-Diva". Shame last year considering Serena looked she woulda got the push to be one of the top wrestlers in a couple of months if she hadnt screwed up. That aside, i'm proud of you and hope to see ya out there soon… maybe in TNA vs. Micki James, the match we cant wait for