Updated Feb 13, 2013 - 10:34 am
Bruce Willis reveals he is no longer sober
In the late 80s, Bruce Willis signed a $5-7 million deal to promote Seagram's wine coolers. Two years later, the 57-year-old actor backed out of the Seagram's partnership, vowing to stay sober.
He spent the past two decades without alcohol, but when asked by GQ of his current state of sobriety, the Die-Hard star revealed he has started to drink again.
"I had been sober [for a while]. But once I realized that I wasn't gonna run myself off the pier of life with alcohol, drinking vodka out of the bottle every day ... I have wine now, mostly when I eat."
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