Dorothy was once full of promise and vitality, but is now trapped in a downward spiral of self-harming and substance abuse. Can an "Intervention" (Mon., 10 p.m. EST on A&E) save her?
Dorothy agreed to take part in a documentary about addiction, only to find that her worried family was instead staging an intervention. Faced with her relatives and interventionist Candy Finnigan, Dorothy didn't like what she was hearing and decided to leave.
Her half-sister tried to stop her, asking "What can't you do this for me?" but Dorothy just wouldn't stop running away. Her parting shot: "Don't ever talk to me again."
Thankfully, Dorothy was later persuaded to get treatment for her drug and alcohol addictions. She has reportedly been sober since Sept. 14th, 2011
"Intervention" airs Mondays at 10 p.m. EST on A&E.
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