One thing about being famous is that the general public assumes them to be perfect even in their private life too whether its related to relationships, weight or involved in drugs. There are many actresses who are famous but once in their life, they were addicted to drugs and alcohols. These actresses opened up about their addiction to the world.

1. Mary-Kate Olsen

The actress from ‘Full House’, Mary Kate suffered from anorexia and cocaine addiction which led her to a rehab centre. She and her sister designed a $55,000 pill-covered handbag.

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2. Mischa Barton

Mischa Barton, ‘The O.C.’ star is pretty much famous for her drug addiction than her acting skills. She has appeared in the press more times for drug use rather than acting. Her DUI and marijuana possession has kept her in the spotlight.

3. Farrah Fawcett

All American Beauty contest winner, Farrah Fawcett suffered from drugs and alcohol addiction which destroyed her promising career.

4. Nicole Richie

Nicole Richie struggled with addictions including heroin, cocaine and marijuana which resulted in three arrests and five car accidents.

5. Edie Falco

Edie Falco, famous for her role as a painkiller addict in, ‘Nurse Jackie’, her own addiction experiences played a huge role in her career.

6. Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst, famously known for her role in ‘Spider-Man’ has been caught many times with drugs and has been admitted into rehab for alcohol and drug addiction.

7. Elizabeth Taylor

One of the greatest actress Hollywood has ever seen, Elizabeth Taylor struggled with drug and alcohol addiction for years.

8. Brittany Murphy

The beautiful actress, Brittany Murphy died in 2009 and one of the major cause of her death was drug intoxication.

9. Anna Nicole Smith

Famous actress, Anna Nicole Smith was found dead in 2007 with a very heavy dose of drug concoction in her system.

10. Judy Garland

Judy Garland, star of ‘Wizard of Oz’ struggled with drug addiction and died of a barbiturate overdose at the age of 47.