Actress Sean Young
has learned to control her "social hostility" problems following a spell in rehab. The No Way Out star checked herself into a self-help facility to tackle alcohol issues earlier this year after she was escorted from the Directors Guild of America Awards show in Hollywood for heckling nominee Julian Schnabel
Now, clean and sober, the actress admits she had become hostile to all things Hollywood and needed to take a break from Tinseltown.
Promoting the upcoming second season of reality TV show Gone Country
, which will feature Young as a celebrity contestant, the actress says, "I'm feeling really good. My social anxiety had sort of turned into social hostility (and) I just don't want to deal with it anymore."
Young insists her rehab stint also made her realize it was time for her to concentrate on being a good mom.
She adds, "My interest (in fighting for big acting roles) has waned a lot because I just feel like I don't get the attention I deserve in terms of getting better parts, and I'm much more interested in raising my kids."
The actress has two sons, Rio and Quinn, from her 12-year marriage to actor Bob Lujan.
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)