Who is deryck whibley dating 2016


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magazine in his first print interview since leaving hospital, the musician admits he was drinking a “big bottle of vodka” every day and spending £870 a week on alcohol.He stopped leaving the house and started to notice his health was failing.“I started puking a lot, too,” he said.He is now recovering, but admits the impact of his prolonged drinking has taken its toll.“I’m much better than I have been. I’m having a lot of treatment at the moment – blood work, injections, special diets. The nerves from my knees down are dead – I can hardly walk.They were already bad, but being in a hospital bed for a week really screwed them. I’m still in a lot of pain.” ’s news and online editor John Longbottom. When Deryck Whibley married Avril Lavigne in 2006, he took her last name.Now, three years after their divorce was finalized, the 33-year-old Sum 41 rocker has filed legal documents to drop the "Lavigne" from his name.PHOTOS: Avril Lavigne through the years TMZ reports that Whibley filed documents in L. PHOTOS: Hot Canadian stars Lavigne is now married to Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger.

PHOTOS: Rockstar romances According to TMZ, Whibley secretly changed his name to Deryck Jason Lavigne Whibley after his wedding to the 29-year-old singer.The couple announced their split in 2009 and their divorce was finalized in 2010. 7, to change his name back to Deryck Jason Whibley.I collapsed, and my fiancée got me to the hospital.If I hadn’t got there when I did, I would have been dead within the hour.”The musician cites Iggy Pop and Mötley Crüe’s Tommy Lee as having supported him through the ordeal.

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Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley has described just how close his alcoholism brought him to death.“I remember a doctor coming in and saying, ‘I’m going to be honest – we don’t know if we can save you. We’re going to do our best, but we can’t promise you’re going to live.’ I had to be rushed to the intensive care unit again and again while I was in the hospital,” said Whibley.“Things were failing while they were trying to fix me. They’d take me to intensive care and bring me back to life again.”Whibley was rushed to hospital in May after he collapsed at home.He shared a series of harrowing pictures of himself, taken at his bedside in order to raise awareness of the consequences of not drinking responsibly.