'You can't brush it under the carpet and try and pretend it doesn't happen because it does happen,' the British actor said in his new autobiography.
British actor Danny Dyer has opened up about his drug use, insisting he "probably always will" take narcotics. The "Business" star was shamed last year when shocking images of him purportedly snorting a line of white powder on a night out with friends was published in British tabloid The Sun.
Father-of-two Dyer has previously admitted taking drugs in the past, and now he has detailed his habit in new autobiography "Danny Dyer: Straight Up". He writes, "I've always taken drugs and I probably always will. But there's a difference between having the odd crafty bump up the snout (nose) as a reward for a job well done and letting it rule your life."
"You can't brush it under the carpet and try and pretend it doesn't happen because it does happen. It happens all over the world every night, millions and millions of people. And it can have a terrible effect on people, and other people can deal with it and get on with their lives and never lose a job and bring up their children, and be fine with it. I think everything in moderation."