Concerning her hubby's recent visit to rehab for treatment of sex addiction, she has decided to cancel all her commitments at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival.
Report on David Duchovny's rehabilitation for sex addiction has become talk of the town since the actor first announced that matter late last month. Amidst heavy talk on the issue, the actor's wife Tea Leoni has decided to cancel all her commitments at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival.
Tea initially was scheduled to attend the premiere of her latest movie "Ghost Town" in the film festival, which is about to be held from September 4 to 13. A representative for the actress confirmed her absence from the festival to People magazine. No further confirmation is made by either the representative or Tea herself.
Duchovny publicly confirmed on August 28, in a statement issued through his representative, that "I have voluntarily entered a facility for the treatment of sex addiction. I ask for respect and privacy for my wife and children as we deal with this situation as a family." He nevertheless didn't mention on where he sought treatment.
Showtime, the network which will begin airing the second season of "Californication", the cable television series in which Duchovny plays as a womanizing writer Hank Moody, offered well wishes for the actor. "All of us at Showtime wish David and his family the best during this very private time," a representative for the network said in a statement.
It has also been confirmed that the series will remain unaffected by Duchovny's visit to rehab with all the 12 episodes for the second season of the series have already been filmed. The show's second season is set to be aired on the U.S. television on September 29.