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Another Family Crisis: Madonna SAVED Raging Alcoholic Brother Martin — How She Did It

Madonna Alcoholic Brother Martin Ciccone
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Dec. 2 2016, Published 10:09 a.m. ET

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Madonna’s Rebel Heart might just have a soft spot after all! has exclusively learned that the 58-year-old singer has finally stepped in to try and save her troubled alcoholic brother, Martin Ciccone, who was caught drinking beer at 10am at a halfway house in Los Angeles last month.

Ciccone, 59, has a dark past that consists of DUI arrests, alcohol abuse and multiple stints in rehab. However, in 2013, the older sibling of Madonna cleaned up his act and was on good terms with his sister. That same year, the “Frozen” singer even bought him new set of teeth.

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Unfortunately, after falling off the wagon again in 2015, the siblings lost touch with one another – until now!

According to a Ciccone family insider, “After Madonna learned that Martin was back at the bottle, she finally reached out to him to try and help.”

“Martin told his sister that he is trying to get sober and she said that she would support him if he agreed to enter treatment again,” said source. “She even told him that she would even be willing to pay for it.”


It's possible that Madge’s problems with her 16-year-old son, Rocco Richie – who was recently arrested for possession of marijuana in London – caused her to reach out to her troubled brother?

It surely seems like that is, indeed, the case.

Can Madonna save her brother? Sound off in the comments.

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