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After Wilmer told lies, lies and more lies, you would think these guys would learn not to talk about their past ladies on Howard Stern.
Sexy single John Stamos went on his show Wednesday morning and spilled the beans on his ex-wife Rebecca Romijn, and other Hollywood actresses including Denise Richards, Heather Locklear and Teri Hatcher.
The man and woman were convicted of attempting to extort Stamos and each sentenced to four years in prison.
And whatever the reason it ultimately ended, Stamos was devastated by the breakup of his and Romijn's 10-year relationship, start to finish."In my book at this point I would still be married and have three kids," he admitted to .
In 2007 he made the wrong kind of headlines when he appeared loopy on an Australian TV show, prompting speculation that he was under the influence of something."The press beat me up so hard," he lamented to Stamos also admittedly wasn't too lonely, at least from a non-existential standpoint.
He was "there for" Denise Richards (whom he'd also dated years beforehand) after her split from Charlie Sheen, and before his marriage he "kinda" went out with Heather Locklear.
Just months later he met model-actress Caitlin Mc Hugh—aka the "mystery woman" E!
That prompted him to spend a month in rehab, after which he told he felt "better than I have in a decade.""I've had a rough year with my mom dying, so it all came to a head, and it was a turning point," Stamos admitted of his arrest (for which he eventually pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence of drugs and was sentenced to probation, counseling and AA meetings).
"You either continue on that path—and some of it's fun, but a lot of it's not—or there's this other thing, this golden opportunity sitting there with all this work and all this goodwill that you have going for you.
I think I needed to be on my own to be me again."He decamped to Malibu, where he grew a beard, went fishing and spent time with pals like Bob Saget.
But while he would later deny during that trial that he was engaging in any illegal drug use (as his would-be blackmailers claimed), Stamos was headed down a slippery slope.
That's the key."Stamos also admitted that it had been hard for him to stay out of trouble when he wasn't super-busy, but he was slowly learning to cope better with free time."I'm trying, I swear to God I'm trying," he told .