Tatum O'Neal Talks Drug Abuse, Marriage to John McEnroe in New Memoir
Tatum O'Neal Reveals All in New Book 'Found'
Actress Tatum O'Neal, who experienced 25 years of estrangement from her father Ryan O'Neal, battled alcohol and drug addiction, and is the ex-wife of tennis great John McEnroe, has come out with a sequel to her New York Times best-seller A Paper Life titled Found: A Daughter's Journey Home.
O'Neal claims her first novel, while a hit in stores, “wasn’t remotely healing” and that she was “still too broken" upon its completion. This time around, O'Neal claims she will tell all.
Wrote O'Neal, via the Chicago Sun-Times:
“I am telling everything. The truth. The struggle. The hope. The love. I believe it is the right thing to do.”
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Out today, Found is timed to coincide with her new reality TV show Ryan & Tatum: The O'Neals, premiering Sunday night on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN).
O'Neal latest memoir reportedly details her dysfunctional relationship with her father, her infamous drug arrest in New York in 2008, her family life and her battles with McEnroe while they were married.
O'Neal's book looks like it's once again set up to become a best-seller, full of intrigue and drama.
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