Mental health admission
Matt Damon faced increasing frustration and even experienced moments of depression during the filming of a particular movie. While he didn’t mention the film’s name, he admitted that sometimes you end up in a project that doesn’t turn out as expected, and you still have to complete it. He mentioned an incident halfway through production when he had already moved his family to the filming location, causing inconvenience to them. During that time, his wife, Luciana Barroso, played a crucial role in pulling him out of his emotional downward spiral.
In an interview on Jake’s Takes, the “Air” star shared that his wife’s support was instrumental. Luciana reminded him to focus on the present moment, saying, “We’re here now.” This helped him realize that dwelling on regrets was unproductive. Matt highlighted that he takes pride in being a professional actor, and Luciana’s influence helped him maintain a positive attitude even when he knew the film might not turn out as expected. Being a true professional, according to him, meant giving his absolute best, even in challenging circumstances. Thanks to Luciana’s guidance and encouragement, he was able to tackle the difficult situation and fulfill his commitment to the project with dedication and professionalism.
Nathan Griffith, known for his appearances on the reality show “Teen Mom 2,” has been arrested for the second time in a span of five months. Like his previous arrest, this recent incident also involves charges related to strangulation. According to TMZ, the former reality TV star was taken into custody in Las Vegas on July 12 for allegedly committing battery by strangulation during an altercation at the residence where he was staying. The police responded to a call regarding the incident and conducted an investigation, leading to his arrest on the grounds of assaulting a family member. However, the specific identity of the alleged victim has not been disclosed.
Nathan, who shares a child with Jenelle Evans, who has had her own share of legal troubles, had previously faced arrest in February in Florida. During that incident, he was accused of choking his girlfriend and dragging her up the stairs.
As the situation unfolds, Nathan Griffith finds himself entangled in legal matters once again, raising concerns about his actions and behavior.
Bravo executives are facing a financial negotiation if they want to include Raquel Leviss in the upcoming season of “Vanderpump Rules.” Sources from Page Six reveal that Raquel is determined to secure the best possible deal and is playing hardball in the process. Her potential return to the show is expected to add significant drama, especially considering the lingering aftermath of the cheating scandal involving her and Tom Sandoval.
While TMZ reports that Raquel is currently in negotiations with producers, Page Six’s sources suggest that there’s a strong likelihood she will ultimately agree to a deal and join the cast for the upcoming season’s filming in Lake Tahoe next week. However, it appears that the decision heavily depends on the offered compensation, as she wants to be adequately compensated for her participation.
Aside from financial aspects, there are genuine concerns about Raquel’s well-being. Since the “Vanderpump Rules” reunion in late May, where she and Tom faced harsh criticism for their behavior, Raquel has been dealing with mental health issues and sought support in a mental health facility in Arizona.
Watching the reunion took a significant toll on Raquel, according to the insider from Page Six. The intense scrutiny and harsh treatment from the other women on the show were emotionally challenging for her to endure, making her time in the mental health facility understandable.
While most of the cast has already started filming for season 11, the potential inclusion of Raquel Leviss holds the promise of stirring up even more compelling storylines for the popular reality TV series.