COLUMBUS (AP) — An Ohio homeless man whose deep voice made him a web phenomenon has left rehab and says he’s still fielding job offers.
Ted Williams said on CBS’ “The Early Show” on Wednesday that he’s “trying to keep a level head and possibly come to one decision.”
He says he felt that going to rehab was a “rushed decision” and he left after two weeks. He had agreed to go after a televised interview with Dr. Phil McGraw.
Williams says he’s living at a sober house in California and hopes to do voiceover work there. He didn’t say what his job offers were.
He says he’s working to redevelop relationships with his children and that the problems he had are behind him.
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