FOX NEWS: Loretta Lynn’s granddaughter recalls her battle with addiction: ‘If I wasn’t sober, I wouldn’t be here’

Tayla Lynn has a new album titled ‘Tayla Lynn Sings Loretta Lynn,’ which pays tribute to the country music icon.

Tayla Lynn is grateful that her memaw was by her side during the darkest of times.

In 1997, Loretta Lynn got her granddaughter into rehab, but it wouldn’t be the last time that the singer was faced with addiction. It was 2004 when Lynn finally got sober for the first time.

Temptation came knocking after Lynn got married and became a mother.

“You’re sitting there in the middle of this fancy neighborhood in Seattle, not being faithful in your marriage and breastfeeding your baby while you’re doing drugs, and all of a sudden you wake up and say to yourself, ‘What in the hell am I doing?!” Lynn told People magazine on Friday.

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