David Arquette Backs Off "Nervous Breakdown" Remarks - NBC Bay Area

David Arquette Backs Off "Nervous Breakdown" Remarks



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    David Arquette is sorry for his T.M.I. moment.

    That's just jokes, folks!

    On December 16, actor David Arquette was forced to back off comments he made during a recent appearance on the Howard Stern Show in which he said that he was having a "nervous breakdown" in response to a question from the shock jock, reports US Magazine.

    "It is being reported that I'm having a Nervous Breakdown," he wrote on his Twitter page. "I assure you am not. This stemmed from a joke I made on The Howard Stern Show and like many things in the Media it was mis-reported and sensationalized."

    Arquette also told Stern that he'd "been drinking a lot" since his split with wife Courtney Cox in October.

    "I always speak my mind and I really don't care what people that don't know me may say," he wrote. "I'm a good person with a huge heart. I thank those that have been on my side during this rough time," he posted to Twitter.

    Selected Reading: US Magazine, Yahoo, MSN