Amber Valletta Checks Out of Treatment Facility

Amber Valletta completed a stint at rehabilitation facility.


Model-turned-actress Amber Valletta has reportedly checked out of The Meadows rehabilitation facility in Wickenburg, Ariz. A representative for the beauty confirmed the report concerning her out of treatment facility exclusively to People.

As of Valletta herself, she has trough publicist, Ame Van Iden, released a statement to People saying "As was correctly reported earlier this week, my stay at The Meadows had nothing to do with substance abuse or addiction; I am pleased to say I have seven years' sobriety. But I continue every day to heal and grow as a person."

It was previously reported by New York Daily News that Valletta had sought treatment for stress and non-substance-related issues. She first rose to fame as a model, posed for Elizabeth Arden, Louis Vuitton and Versace, among others.

As time went by, Valletta started an acting career, had her film debut through the 2000's "What Lies Beneath", then appeared in the 2005's "Hitch" and "The Transporter 2." By next year, she'll be seen in the thriller "Dead Silence" and the comedy "My Sexiest Year."

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