Josh Gracin voluntarily entered rehab. The country singer and former American Idol contestant did following an apparent suicide note, in which he supposedly left on Facebook, August 15, 2014, what has been said this that people are feeling it sounded like an alleged suicide note on and now he is seeking help. Then some hours later he was described as “safe and with his family”.
“As many of you know, Josh Gracin has been battling depression and as a result found himself in a personal crisis yesterday. Thanks to the outpouring of concern from family, friends, fans and the police, Josh was admitted to the hospital for observation,” the updated statement read.
“With family by his side, Josh has since been discharged from the hospital and has voluntarily checked himself into an inpatient facility to seek the help he needs.”
Gracin, 33, also gave his own statement.
“I want to thank you all for your prayers and support. I take responsibility for my actions and apologize dearly for what I have put my family through. With the help of my family and friends, I am getting help,” he said. “Again, thank you for your love and I will see you very soon.”
He was seen on the reality show in 2003, that was the year that Ruben Studdard won. Following his exit, he completed his service in the Marine Corps, and signed with Lyric Street Records releasing three studio albums.