“I went into a head spin,” the reality TV star told New Idea. “I just didn’t see a way out of the current situation.”
“I’ve been bullied and cyber-trolled relentlessly, pretty much all year,” she explained.
“I’m not someone who has a history of depression, but I started getting help in April because the psychologist said I might have post-traumatic stress disorder because of everything I’d been through.”
Now following an ill-fated reunion with ex-boyfriend Patrick Kedemos ended abruptly while the pair were on holiday in Europe.
“He said, ‘you should come with me to get away from all of this’,” Tracey explained. “Even though I couldn’t afford it, he said ‘don’t worry about it, you’re my partner. I’ll look after you’.”
“Once we were away, it became very evident that he thought I would just go back to my normal bubbly self,” Tracey explains. ‘I’ve been very emotionally withdrawn because of the stress from the trolls and the bullying and he thought that would magically disappear.”
After a week away together Kedemos ended the relationship and that’s when reports began to surface that the MAFS star was “stranded and alone” in Berlin.
Despite reports police were called, Kedemos has denied becoming aggressive.
Jewel, who was forced to turn to the Australian Embassy, says she felt overwhelmed, ‘I went into a head spin and I overdosed,’ the reality star revealed.
Kedemos then reportedly gave her money to return home, where she is now seeking medical help.