Savannah Chrisley & Ex Nic Kerdiles Speak Out About Depression & Anxiety Following Emergency Event

Savannah Chrisley & Ex Nic Kerdiles Speak Out About Depression & Anxiety Following Emergency Event

Savannah Chrisley and her ex Nic Kerdiles are speaking out in a new video.

The former couple, along with her dad Todd, are sharing their truth and slamming a tabloid report about the situation.

Nic has been battling with his mental health and especially recently with depression and anxiety following a bout with COVID.

In their video, Savannah shares statistics about the pandemic’s negative impact on mental health.

Then, Nic shares his truth about that night, which reportedly took place on Monday (January 31).

See what he shared inside…

“I’m super grateful to be here today,” he said. “As Todd mentioned, I recently went through COVID as well and now reading a lot more about it to kind of understand why this situation might have happened that occurred the other night.”

“With COVID and some of the things that I’ve had from COVID, I’ve been on medication and I decided to mix alcohol with it to a point that I don’t remember anything that happened that night and I was in a full blackout,” Nic continued.

“I don’t know where I was at in my mental state but between the depression, anxiety, the COVID effects. the medication, the alcohol, I did something that I never thought I would ever do,” he shared, alluding to a suicide attempt.

Nic added that he had a haircut appointment with a friend, who “if he wasn’t there, I don’t know if I would still be here today, to be completely honest.” He also added that he’s super grateful for “people like Savannah and Todd and Chad who came to support me and love me.”

In hoping to help others who may be struggling, Todd reassured Nic, “Remember what I told you, son, when you [were] reluctant about doing this. You take your own power back. You tell your own story.”

Nic added that he hopes the video “can help at least one person out there that’s going through it,” to which Todd replied, “I think you’re going to do better than that. I think you’re going to help a lot more than one.”

Along with the video, Savannah shared on Instagram, “This is OUR truth.. screw the tabloids that are threatening to release info. It’s been a long few days…but we are here. Mental health is real… this is our truth. I’m so proud of you Nic. Thanking God everyday that he’s allowed us to keep you.”

On his account, Nic shared the video and wrote, “This is my truth. Unfortunately, I was forced into telling my story when I wasn’t ready. But Thank you God for saving me.”

They also shared the number for the Suicide Prevention Hotline – 1-800-273-8255.

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Posted to: Mental Health, Nic Kerdiles, Savannah Chrisley