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Thanks for watching my video. If you like my videos, please subscribe to the channel to receive the latest videos Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/). For any copyright, please send me a message. Amber Valetta has discussed her past addiction to drugs and alcohol as she celebrates 25 years of sobriety.In an interview with NET-A-PORTER’s digital title, Porter, the model and actress, 45, credited ditching her abuse with substance to saving her life.The Revenge star candidly told the publication: ‘Left to my own devices, I guarantee you no matter how much I love life, my family, if I take a drink or any of my drugs of choice, I’ll be dead. I’ll ruin everything.’ Catwalk queen Amber first opened up about her dependency issues in July 2014, when she revealed she was introduced to drugs at the tender age of 10, and started using cocaine at 18.On being proud to be clean, the former face of Giorgio Armani admitted: ‘I didn’t have a problem when I was out using, if you saw me high or drunk.  Share this article Share ‘So why would I be ashamed of being clean and saying, ‘I have a disease that I can’t control’? Only by being sober do I have any chance of survival.’The supermodel rose to prominence in the 90s, with the beauty gracing 16 American Vogue covers, serving as an ambassador for Versace, and securing multi-million contracts with Calvin Klein and Elizabeth Arden.  On adapting a ‘sisterhood’ with the likes of Kate Moss and Shalom Harlow, the TV and film star recalled: ‘Nobody was thinking about whether we were making a statement. ‘You’d fight with each other, cry with each other, support each other, lose jobs to each other, all of it.’The media personality went on to highlight the differences within the fashion industry in today’s age, admitting she loathes the current ‘selfie’ era.Amber explained: ‘You would never have taken your Polaroid camera and turned it around on yourself. You would never have talked about how you were flying around in a private jet.  ‘That’s why when Linda [Evangelista] made that one statement [‘I never get out of bed for less than $10,000 a day’], it was huge. People talk like that all the time on Instagram now. People who don’t even do anything!'[Selfies] make me painfully uncomfortable. I want things to change – that’s all I care about now.’On the early beginnings of her career, she admitted she felt ‘disconnected’ from the world, but now makes it her mission to live her truth.The Blood & Oil actress shared: ‘I started modeling at 15. I started feeling a big disconnect. I couldn’t quite work out what it was. I vacillated from being melancholy to being overwhelmed with anxiety to partying.  ‘I want to be the person that I aspire to be. I don’t want to talk it, I want to live it. I want to allow myself the space to have bad days, be sad, be mad, be loving and accepting of others. ‘Even people that I don’t think are right. It’s
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