David Arquette Backs Off "Nervous Breakdown" Remarks

View Comments (
)
|
Email
|
Print

    NEWSLETTERS

    TK
    Getty Images
    David Arquette is sorry for his T.M.I. moment.

    That's just jokes, folks!

    On December 16, actor David Arquette was forced to back off comments he made during a recent appearance on the Howard Stern Show in which he said that he was having a "nervous breakdown" in response to a question from the shock jock, reports US Magazine.

    "It is being reported that I'm having a Nervous Breakdown," he wrote on his Twitter page. "I assure you am not. This stemmed from a joke I made on The Howard Stern Show and like many things in the Media it was mis-reported and sensationalized."

    Arquette also told Stern that he'd "been drinking a lot" since his split with wife Courtney Cox in October.

    "I always speak my mind and I really don't care what people that don't know me may say," he wrote. "I'm a good person with a huge heart. I thank those that have been on my side during this rough time," he posted to Twitter.

    Selected Reading: US Magazine, Yahoo, MSN