The television personality is currently on probation due to her recent child abuse case and must abstain from any substances such as drugs and alcohol. She has however been seen partying it up, but assures she’s been sober while doing so.
Lee took to her Instagram on Tuesday and posted a video of herself in a hotel room, making it rain. She began throwing money all over herself and wildly dancing all over the room in her bathrobe.
“I know some real ones they just love Ta see me flex 💪🏾 #tommieshit🤦🏿♀️😂,” she wrote in her caption.
One fan along with many others felt Lee’s behavior was a little erratic and questioned if she’d relapsed.
“Oh she drinking again 😭,” the fan commented underneath the celeb’s post.
Lee clapped backed at the detractor, writing, “Damn I can’t have fun without drinking 😕 do you see a drink? 4 months sober for inquiring minds.”
Fans commended Lee on her sobriety while trashing others who bashed the mother of two.
“Super proud of you G 💪. Don’t let these negative a– people get to you.”
“Go Tommie! Big yourself up ❤️ people will say anything to bring you down smh.”
“Keep on striving. Don’t let these haters block your shine🤳 love this woman.”
“Congrats on ur sobriety boo. You are a Queen. Stay Humble ❤️!”
It’s no secret that Lee has struggled with excessive drinking, admitting as much on “LHHATL” and saying alcohol helps her cope with the stresses in her life. To that end, her recent court appearance for her child abuse case is allegedly what triggered her to fall off the wagon.
“I’ve been working really hard through my problems considering the challenges that’s been set before me since I’ve been home,” said a message from the mother of two on Instagram March 21, apologizing to fans for her arrest in March for showing up to court intoxicated amid her child abuse case. “I’ve done all that I can do on my own to shake my habits but I do realize that I need help and I am currently seeking treatment.”
As part of her probation sentence, Lee is required to complete a recovery program and spend nearly a year in aftercare with licensed professionals.