Report: Rob Kardashian Being Treated for Depression

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Rob Kardashian is seeking treatment for depression at The Meadows trauma and addiction treatment center in Arizona, according to a new report by Star magazine.

The 27-year-old Keeping Up with The Kardashians star has been unhappy for quite some time, and according to the mag, "Rob has been checked into The Meadows for about a month for substance-abuse issues." The sock designer has been battling with his weight since 2012, but the report says Rob is also struggling with a dependence on pot, alcohol and prescription cough syrup.

The news, if it's true, must have come as a relief to Rob's family. Radar Online claimed Kris Jenner's only son had "completely retreated from the family, and from his friends" prior to entering treatment.



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  • Sally Venus
    Sally Venus

    Rob's a very strong people. I watched every episode of keeping up with the Kardashian and honestly i think Rob had it the hardest out of all of them .. He struggled alot , but all i can say his he a good men and he old 27 years old he can change is life around anytime and i know he will. A lot of people believe in you Rob and always praying for you to have a good and healthy life. Its hard to lose weight but if you have the motivation and will power , there nothing that can stop you. If anything take it slow and that day will come for u when u will feel that happiest about your body again. Just believe in yourself and do what best for your body and health. You want to live a healthy and wealthy life, all you have to do is take the first step in the right path and u will get them soon i know you can do it .. GOOD LUCK rob and best luck in the future too doll <3

  • Jody Blaney
    Jody Blaney

    I feel for Rob. It's hard to lose weight! Good luck Rob!

  • Virginia Bravo
    Virginia Bravo

    Good luck Rob! You can do this! So proud of you that you took this step. I too suffer from depression & am on medication & in counseling for many years. I'm bipolar. I'm also a recovered alcoholic. There's no shame in getting help. The only shame is not getting help.