MUSIC- 'Candy' hitmaker Robbie Williams says he is sure that he has some kind of developmental disability and it might be autism.
Speaking on BBC Radio 2 on Thursday (06.28.18) night, Robbie said, “There's something missing in me, I have big blind spots. Maybe Asperger's or autism. I don't know what spectrum I'm on - I'm on something. It's hard work being in my head - I have an interesting compulsion, addiction, mental illness, I'd say."
Robbie had battled with alcohol addiction in the past and had to go in rehab in 2007 to get some kind of control on his life. Though he has been sober since, he feels he has a tendency to get addictive easily.
Williams, 44, also admitted that his condition has got better since the birth of his children- Teddy, five, and Charlton, three.