Is Pete Wentz addiction to OxyContin the reason why Ashlee Simpson pulled the plug on their marriage? From National Enquirer:
Ashlee Simpson pulled the plug on her marriage to Pete Wentz because of his out-of-control dug habit, say sources. Fed up with the rocker's abuse of prescription drugs, his wandering eye and because she feared for the safety of the couple's 2-year-old son, the singer-actress filed for divorce on Feb.9 after less than three years of marriage. Although Ashlee had been pressing Pete to go to rehab for a while - and had even threatened to leave him - insiders say the troubled musician didn't take her demands seriously until it was too late.
"Ashlee realized that Pete had become a functioning addict and that he wasn't making any effort to quit," revealed an insider. He'd been taking the sleeping pill Ambien OxyContin, said the source -- and Ashlee had concerns about Pete's behavior around their son Bronx. "More than once, Ashlee has been awakened in the middle of the night by Pete standing over her in a zombie-like stupor mumbling incoherently," the insider said. "And when she told him about these frightening episodes the next morning, he couldn't remember what happened. Pete's behavior was getting worse as time went on- and he wouldn't admit to a problem.
I'm sure that to a certain degree, Pete Wentz would have to have acquire some tolerance in standing Ashlee and her entire family. Especially Papa Joe. And sis-in-law's gigantic chests always in his face at dinner parties. Cut the guy some slack!
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