Good he didn't kill anyone.
Wife filed for divorce in November. Suspected of drunk tweeting around then. Admitted he had become addicted to pain killers in 2002 when he was suspected of prescription drug fraud but not charged. Irsay's name surfaced in 1995 in an Indianapolis police drug investigation of Dickerson, the station reported. It said a prescription drug investigator met twice with Irsay, who was encouraged to seek help. Irsay suffered overdoses from prescription drugs in April 2000, August 2000 and the fall of 2001, according to the report.
While alcoholics are doing it one day at a time, addiction is outside doing push-ups.
According to the Indianapolis Star's Kristine Guerra, police found "several" bottles of Schedule IV prescription drugs in Irsay's car. He's been charged with four felony counts of possession of a controlled substance, and one misdemeanor count of operating while intoxicated.