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David Arquette Says Nervous Breakdown Claim Was Just 'Joke'

December 17, 2010 (9:16 am) GMT
After saying in an interview that he had been drinking heavily since his marriage split was revealed, the 'Scream' actor now claims he doesn't have a nervous breakdown.

has backtracked over his comments suggesting his separation from wife has prompted a nervous breakdown - insisting it was "a joke". The couple revealed in October this year they had decided to take a break after 11 years of marriage.

The former "Friends" star has kept a dignified silence since their trial separation began, but Arquette went public to reveal their lack of bedroom action and how the actress grew tired of his immaturity - and he opened up further on 's radio show on Wednesday, December 15.

When asked by the shock jock if he's "having a nervous breakdown", Arquette replied, "I believe so." He confessed he had been drinking heavily since his marriage revelation and had "embarrassed" himself at a Hollywood party after mistaking for someone else.

But despite his own claims, Arquette has taken to his Twitter.com page to insist he is not experiencing a meltdown. He writes, "It is being reported that I'm having a Nervous Breakdown. I assure you am not. This stemmed from a joke I made. I always speak my mind and I really don't care what people that don't know me may say. I'm a good person with a huge heart. I thank those that have been on my side during this rough time."

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