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There Was a Murderer Above My Head – Robbie Williams Reveals How He Fought Anxiety

I want to go to normal places where I can not go because people want to kill me. It takes some time for a person to come to terms with this. “I have anxiety and I do not want to meet strangers,” said the musician.

I have never spoken publicly about this. He is gone and I have friends. Yes, I never said that, but there was a killer above my head. “These are things you do not talk about when you become famous,” British singer Robbie Williams, 47, told the Mirror.

He surprised many with that statement, adding that he had a hard time dealing with fame.

– At one point in my life I was incredibly famous. Famous in the style of Michael Jackson. I became popular when I was 17 years old. At 16 I was in a “boy band”, and at 21 I left and started a solo career. “I sold 80 million albums, I kept the record for the number of tickets sold in one day for the tour,” he said.

He regrets that he has no privacy, but he realized long ago that this is the price he has to pay as a celebrity.

– I want to go to normal places where I can not go because people want to kill me. It takes some time for a person to come to terms with this. I have anxiety and I do not want to meet strangers, and strangers want to meet me and I am ashamed of that. “Thinking about it actually makes me upset,” he said.

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