Robbie Williams being treated for depression, cancels tour
September 24, 2006
Pop star Robbie Williams is reportedly being treated for depression at a top London clinic after cancelling the Asian leg of his world tour earlier this month. Williams, who has battled depression in the past, is struggling in the charts with new single "Rudebox" and is facing legal action from ex-manager Nigel Martin-Smith over a song Williams wrote about him in his new album reported contactmusic.com. Williams told a BBC documentary this month: "I could get up in front of 35,000 or 40,000 people and go, 'Look at me, I'm ace'. Then I'd get in the tour coach, go back to my bedroom and pull the duvet over my eyes." An informed source said: "He has suffered from depression before, but feels things are getting much worse and the tour was too much."
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