Kevin Spacey has reportedly checked into a $36,000-per-month sex addiction clinic in Arizona, after the string of sexual harassment and assault claims that have been made against him in the past week.
Sources told the Daily Mail that the “House of Cards” star is at The Meadows rehabilitation clinic in Wickenburg, which is known for having celebrity clientele.
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Last week it was reported that Hollywood producer and alleged serial assaulter Harvey Weinstein was also at The Meadows, after he was apparently seen in disguise at a restaurant in nearby city Phoenix.
The luxury clinic has a fitness center and a swimming pool, as well as classes in horse riding, yoga, tai chi, acupuncture and ‘mindfulness meditation.’
It also runs a program called ‘Gentle Paths,’ which supposedly treats male sex-addiction through methods such as ‘Expressive Arts’ and ‘Equine Therapy.’
Oprah Winfrey Reveals The Worst Guest She’s Ever Had
Oprah Winfrey has interviewed every type of guest on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” but not every one has been delightful, she revealed on the Tuesday, November 7, episode of “Harry.”
“You talk about all of the guests you’ve had over years. Has anyone been particularly annoying, where you’re just like, ‘Gosh, I can’t wait for this person to leave?’” Harry Connick Jr. asks Winfrey.
“Well, I mean, the worst kind of guest — you’ve had this, too — is when you ask them question and they start talking about 1975, and then you think, ‘Oh, we are in 2017. How long is it going to take us to get to 2017?’ That’s the worst,” Winfrey says. “The other worst guests, for me, are those who think whatever they are talking about is so spectacular, and you know it’s not. So, my go to word was always, ‘Wow.’ Like, ‘Wow! Really?’”
But what is the actual “worst?” Well, the one that can’t stop plugging their own products, the 63-year-old host says.
“I had a guest on who was a lawyer and he mentioned the book 29 times. That’s after I started counting. Every sentence started, ‘In my book, in my book, and if you buy my book,’ and so finally, around third segment, I said, ‘We all know the name of the book. Audience, tell him the name of the book … so you don’t have to say the name of the book anymore,’” Winfrey recalls. “After that we started having conversations. Our intention was to tell the people, ‘You don’t have to sell your book. I will mention the book. I will take care of the book.’”
“It’s wonderful the way my life has worked out and that I’m really rich and everything. That’s real cool. I really like that,” Winfrey says. Connick quickly teases: “You know how rich you have to be to say it like that? You have to be really rich to say, ‘I’m really rich.’”
Winfrey replies: “Yeah, but I’m not one of those people who ever [lied about being rich], because I used to hate it when really skinny women would come on the show and complain about their thighs: ‘Girl please!’”
Harry airs weekdays on Fox.