Home Health During an appearance on ‘The View,’ Julia Fox detailed a near-death experience she had during a drug overdose.

During an appearance on ‘The View,’ Julia Fox detailed a near-death experience she had during a drug overdose.

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"The whole tunnel thing and all of that is real."

When Julia Fox announced that she would be releasing a book, fans knew to expect that the actress and muse would get real and raw, but they probably didn’t expect her to get this deep. During an appearance on The View, Fox explained that while she was struggling with addiction, she “overdosed so many times she lost count” and that during one episode, she had a near-death experience. It’s all in her new book, Down the Drain, but hearing the outspoken Fox talk about it so frankly brought everything to a whole new place.

"The near-death experience was crazy, because the whole tunnel thing and all of that is real. But I saw it as a window, and the light was just spilling out from the window," she explained of the near-death experience. Eventually, she was rescued by paramedics and woke up in an ambulance.

"Then there was this little voice in my head that was like, 'Wait a minute — you're dying,'" she added. "I was just like, 'Hold on. Hold on. Hold on.'"

She went on, saying that she even felt it in her body.

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"I always go back to that one instance of seeing that light and feeling so warm — almost too warm — and I just knew that I wasn't gonna come back if I went to that place. In a way, that happening really restored my faith."

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In her book, Fox explained that she first tried marijuana at 11 years old. Later, at 16, she was introduced to heroin.

"I know I’m flirting with fire, but it’s just too damn good to resist," she wrote of her previous drug use. 

During an appearance on 'The View,' Julia Fox detailed a near-death experience she had during a drug overdose.

In a separate interview with the Los Angeles Times, Fox shared that she takes Suboxone, a prescription medication that is used to treat opioid addiction. She noted that the medicine “saved my life, for sure.” She also spoke about her experience with the medication during a chat with Rolling Stone, saying, “I do want to talk about the Suboxone, and I do want to raise awareness, because I feel there’s a stigma around these maintenance drugs, but they really do fucking save lives.”

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