Intervention: Legacy Update: Joey, 2009 | A&E

Joey sprinted away from his intervention before finally agreeing to treatment. 8 years later, he talks with Ken about the impact sobriety has made on his life and relationship with his daughter. #Intervention
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Intervention
Season 14
Episode 9
Matthew/Olivia

“Intervention” profiles people who have hit rock bottom in their addiction as they are confronted by friends and family seeking to intervene.

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23 thoughts on “Intervention: Legacy Update: Joey, 2009 | A&E

  1. I got a tattoo from joe about 8 years ago and he was so cool and friendly. He’s a good artist too and I just found out what shop he’s working in now and I plan on going to see him again soon to get something new. He just did an amazing piece on my cousins arm.

  2. People is like: "he looks high, he is high, I know him, he is using…" For God sake, have you ever thought that the guy might be nervous? People usually think I'm drunk when I'm sober. Because I have some Borderline personality. So… He might has something. People use drugs to scape some mental issue, for God sake.

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