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'Intervention': Skyler Is Addicted To Bath Salts (EXCLUSIVE)

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Skyler on "Intervention"

As a child, Skyler was a shy, imaginative kid. His mother Tiffany pushed him toward athletics, modeling and television work in order to live vicariously through his success. The combative nature of their relationship lead Skyler to try marijuana at an early age, and now he's addicted to a new synthetic stimulant drug known as “bath salts.”

On "Intervention" (Mon., 10 p.m. EST on A&E), Skyler, now 24, experiences heightened delusions, due to the hallucinogenic nature of the drug, believing he sees “shadow people” and “brainwashers” who threaten to harm him at every turn, as seen in the exclusive first look above.

"Intervention" airs Mondays at 10 p.m. EST on A&E.

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