Actor Colton Haynes posted a selfie from a hospital bed on Instagram , using the opportunity to discuss the pressures that a "curated life" has placed on him. Posted Sunday, the image show the Arrow actor getting treatment from an incident involving excessive alcohol and prescription medication. In another, he has his back to a mirror, revealing what appear to be bruises. In the accompanying caption, the year-old former model told his 6.
Colton Haynes Biography
Colton Haynes Confirms He's Gay: 'I'm Happier Than I've Ever Been' | sria.info
It feels like only just last week Arrow shockingly said goodbye to one of our favorite characters Colton Haynes suddenly exited the CW superhero drama in a twist that left us reeling, after his character Roy Harper had his death faked so he could escape from prison and head out of town to live a normal life after taking the fall for Oliver Stephen Amell as the Arrow. News along with a small group of reporters about Haynes' upcoming return to the show. According to Guggenheim, because Thea was left stabbed and bleeding on the floor of her loft while Roy was leaving, that lack of a proper goodbye between the two star-crossed lovers is something that will bring Roy back. Because spoiler alert: Thea isn't gone from the show either despite her gigantic sword wound to the stomach! So when can fans expect Roy to return? But why did Haynes exit the show in the first place?
Colton Haynes has long been the subject of gay rumors and has always remained silent about his sexuality — until now. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly this week, the Arrow and Teen Wolf star revealed that he is in fact gay and opened up about the Tumblr post that made headlines back in January. After a user wrote, "When I found out Colton Haynes had a secret gay past I got so excited even though I know it makes absolutely no difference in my life," the actor replied, "Was it a secret? In his EW profile, Colton talked about the frenzy surrounding his comments, saying, "It was a complete shock.
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