Andre Agassi Had A Meth Moment In The 90s

October 27, 2009 / Posted by:

Andre Agassi is out peddling a new memoir which means he has to drop a few bombs in our laps to get us to pay attention. You know, Mackenzie Phillips gave us the “I did my daddy” grenade and Stephanie Tanner shot us with an “I snorted meth at the Olsen’s premiere” bullet. Well, Andre’s big bombshell is that in 1997 he traded his tennis balls in for meth baggies. Cue the angry mob screaming, “STRIP OF ALL HIS SHINY TROPHIES DATED 1997!!!!

In Andre’s book called Open (yeah, I don’t know either), he writes about how he became one with crystal meth while he was married to Brooke Shields. Andre tells People, “I can’t speak to addiction, but a lot of people would say that if you’re using anything as an escape, you have a problem.” When he was asked if he was worried how his fans would feel about him being a meth head at one point, Andre answered, “I was worried for a moment, but not for long. … I wore my heart on my sleeve and my emotions were always written on my face. I was actually excited about telling the world the whole story.

Excited about telling everyone he got hongray for meth? Who the hell does Andre think he is? Cristy from Intervention? Speaking of, last night they re-aired Cristy’s Intervention episode and that shit had me kissing my Sharpie and clearing out my bathroom cabinet of all medications (No, I didn’t do that). THIS IS METH:

Do you think Brooke has video of a nekkid-ass Andre Agassi throwing Ramen noodles across the room? Totally.

VIA People (Thanks Toddy)

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