Yellowstone star Kevin Costner revealed he once tried cocaine

Kevin Costner has revealed that he once tried using cocaine during the early days of his career.

Appearing on Armchair expert Monday podcast, the Yellowstone The star revealed he was offered the illegal drug while working as a stage manager at Raleigh Studios in Los Angeles, helping to produce commercials and low-budget projects.

After a long day, he was invited into a back room by some other guys he had been working with and they offered him some cocaine, which he confessed to accepting.

“So, I do this and nothing, and I do it a second time, a third time. And finally I told them, ‘Hey, look, how much does it cost?’ And he says, ‘that’s about 20 bucks right there,'” she recalled.

“I said, ‘Can I tell you something?’ And he’s like, ‘yeah, fuck, sure, man, what?’ “

The Hollywood star then turned the tables, trying to benefit in real terms from the potential exchange.

He continued, “And I said, ‘Look, I’m trying to buy my first house… if you think what I’m doing is cool, I could use 20 bucks. I could get a twenty.’ And I was immediately out of the club!

“I saw myself excluded because I didn’t want to do this. It was lucky for me that I didn’t like coke. There was nothing there for me.”

Meanwhile, Costner recently shared what he claims is the “real truth” behind the drama surrounding his exit Yellowstone.

“There was no script,” revealed Costner, who has yet to shoot the second half of season five (5B). “And then things imploded. You read one version [of the show’s issues] for a year and a half.”

Multiple sources had previously said that Costner only wanted to work a week to film the rest of the episodes. This would prove incredibly difficult for the production, considering Costner was the star of the show.

Costner claims continued delays have wreaked havoc on his schedule and responded to claims about his work ethic.

“I left my movie Horizon to be on time for them for 5B,” Costner said. “I left exactly when they wanted, and that made things difficult for me. Turns out they didn’t have the scripts for 5B. They needed four more days just to complete the first eight episodes. I left early to give them what they needed to have a full eight, and I was sad that the audience didn’t get a 10. They didn’t have the scripts for anything else.

He continued: “So, what you read at the end is that I said, ‘Well, look, I’m making my own movie. If you want me to work a week because you want to kill me or whatever, I can give you a week.’ I didn’t really have that week to give him, but I said, I’ll do it. And then them [spun that] in, I only wanted to work a week.

“Do you think that’s who I am? I have never missed a day of work. I have never left before fulfilling my contractual obligations. Many times I stay as long as possible.”

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