Kerry Katona checks into the Priory for post-raid help
According to the Daily Star, Kerry, who spent time in the clinic in 2005 for depression and drug abuse, is receiving post-traumatic stress counselling and treatment for her existing bipolar disorder.
She is quote as telling the newspaper: “I am surrounded by people I know, love and trust from when I came here before, when I felt low and exhausted. I know the way this place works, so many faces are familiar and I trust each and every one of them 100 per cent.”
“I would like to tell everyone that I am on the road to recovery. I love [husband Mark Croft] and my children and can’t wait to get home really soon.”
“I know I am in the best possible place at the moment.”
She is expected to stay in the facility for at least two weeks.