Ironically, Ryan rushed his wedding to Mackenzie in part to better his standing in future custody negotiations with Maci.
(Ryan and Maci were never married, but the idea that he's married to someone at all ostensibly suggests stability.) This week did not do either of them any favors.
During the controversial scene in the car, Standifer accuses Edwards of taking Xanax before his wedding ceremony. Edwards, the doctor theorizes, may well have been injecting some sort of substance, most likely of the opioid variety.
Now it looks as though even those whom he's closest to did not realize the alarming severity of Ryan's drug problem. “Based on Edwards’ history with addiction issues on the show, the images are consistent with track marks,” says Dr. “Which is a tell-tale sign of chronic intravenous drug use.” Fortunately, Edwards completed treatment for his addictions earlier this month, issuing a statement that he is clean and sober.
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Even more astonishing than the sullen nature of the occasion, of course, was the manner in which Edwards and Mackenzie arrived.
A visibly intoxicated Ryan drove himself and his fiancee to the ceremony, so high behind the wheel that he was barely awake.