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Joely's addictions were alcohol but she still indulges in a good wine.She writes: 'I still continue to eat, or not eat in a weird, compulsive way.These pressures on Joely, now 50, morphed into life-long issues, as she reveals her struggles in her new book, Growing Up Fisher, Musings, Memories & Misadventures.Joely Fisher, 50, reveals her family's long struggle with addiction in her new book, Growing Up Fisher, Musings, Memories & Misadventures.A divorce soon followed and Connie went to live with her grandparents in Brooklyn's Rockaway Beach.Joely's addictions were alcohol but she learned how to manage.Connie always had to be the controlling partner in relationships, according to Joely, so she went after weak men.On the rebound from the divorce, she met Eddie Fisher, the pre-Elvis, pop singing star of the 1950s, who came with a truckload of salacious gossip.
She found relief in the drug when she was crying in her trailer, worried she wouldn't look good in a pair of jeans.
So he'd ask his two young daughters – when he saw them: 'Show me your t*ts'.
The crooner was a man consumed with his drug and sexual addictions, even fondling his caregivers in his later years.
Joely said she and her sister went to visit him and saw cocaine paraphernalia.
'I was definitely a kid who knew what it was and why it was there', she writes.Connie, always the sex kitten, also developed a drug habit, enlisting the help of a young Joely to roll her joints.