‘Mob Wives’ Star Renee Graziano Seeks Help In Texas Rehab Center


“Mob Wives” star Renee Graziano has made the brave decision to enter a rehabilitation facility in Texas following a recent drug relapse. The reality TV personality, known for her appearances on the popular show, is taking steps towards recovery and addressing her substance abuse issues.

Key Takeaway

“Mob Wives” star Renee Graziano has checked into a rehab facility in Texas following a drug relapse. Her decision to seek help is a brave step towards addressing her substance abuse issues and working towards recovery. Renee’s relapse is attributed to the emotional challenges she has faced since the passing of her father in 2019.

Renee’s Struggles and Road to Recovery

Renee’s manager, Chris Giovanni, revealed that she contacted him on Monday from the treatment center. She was accompanied by a counselor and had limited time to speak. During their conversation, Renee disclosed that she had overdosed in mid-September due to what she described as a “bad batch” of drugs obtained from a dealer. However, she did not provide any further details about the incident.

Renee’s erratic communication during the months leading up to her decision to seek help aligns with her struggles and the difficulties Chris faced in reaching out to her. It appears that her relapse can be attributed to the emotional toll caused by the passing of her father, Anthony Graziano, in May 2019.

A Troubled History

Throughout her time in the spotlight, Renee has faced numerous hardships. Earlier this year, she encountered legal trouble when she was arrested for driving while impaired after crashing her car into a parked SUV on Staten Island. Determined to overcome her struggles, she vowed to conquer her sleeping pill addiction and sought treatment from Jason Wahler, known for his appearances on “The Hills,” and his Red Songbird Foundation.

Seeking Help and Moving Forward

While Renee embarks on her journey to recovery once again, it is important to note that there is currently no official investigation into her overdose in September. Renee chose not to report the incident or the source of the drugs to the police.