?NEW REALITY? Golden Radio Voice Homeless Man Ted Williams, Rehab, Drugs, 9 Kids

?The Ohio homeless man whose silky voice made him a web phenomenon is HEADED to REHAB for ALCOHOL and DRUG dependency? after an appearance on “Dr. Phil,” show representatives said Wednesday. Ted Williams agreed to enter a private facility after a lengthy one-on-one interview with Dr. Phil McGraw set to air Thursday, show spokeswoman Stacey Luchs said in a written statement. Williams’ wife and family will also appear to discuss what they call his persistent drinking and a Monday disturbance at a Los Angeles hotel where police briefly detained Williams and his daughter after a heated argument. Mr Williams admitting he still struggled with alcohol addiction. It was only a week ago when America fell in love overnight with a homeless man with a “golden voice” on the streets of Columbus, Ohio. It was less than a week ago when we all watched Ted Williams life miraculously turn around after reuniting with his mother and finding work — high profile work with Kraft and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Unfortunately for Mr. Williams, 53, old habits always die hard. According to a confirmed report by Gossip Cop, Dr. Phil convinced Williams to go to rehab after he got into a fiery exchange with his daughter Janey on Monday at a Hollywood Hotel. Gossip Cop spoke with a representative for Dr. Phil, whom Williams taped two segments with over the weekend. On the program, Williams ADMITS to still drinking; his daughter accused him of sticking to the bottle on Monday. But Williams’ daughter
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?Ted Williams, the Columbus, Ohio homeless man whose silky voice made him a overnight web phenomenon is HEADED to REHAB for ALCOHOL and DRUG dependency at Origins Drug & Alcohol Recovery Center in South Padre Island, Texas? It was only a week ago when America fell in love overnight with a homeless man with a “golden voice” on the streets of Columbus, Ohio. It was less than a week ago when we all watched Ted Williams life miraculously turn around after reuniting with his mother and finding work — high profile work with Kraft and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Unfortunately for Mr. Williams, 53, old habits always die hard. Ted Williams admitted to CBS News on Friday that his sudden rise to fame has been a REAL CHALLENGE. “I wanted a nerve pill yesterday, to be honest with you.” Life coach and radio host Mel Robbins tells PopEater that Williams’ feel-good story was DOOMED from the moment it became clear the media was going to latch onto him and not let go. “The media created a reality show right in front of our eyes,” she says. “Ted Williams may have a golden voice, but he’s also got a RAP SHEET, a DRUG ADDICTION, NINE children he abandoned and a mother he has been estranged from for 20 years. Does everyone deserve a second chance, sure. ?But don’t kid yourself — you can’t overcome a lifetime of bad decisions and mental health issues with a few morning show appearances.”? Experts say individuals like Ted Williams need transitional housing, they just can’t be forced to