Former One Direction Member Blames Addiction to ‘The Voice’ for Epstein’s Death – Fans Worried About Their Own Obsession with the Show

In a shocking turn of events, former One Direction member Niall Horan has come forward claiming that him and Jeffrey Epstein did not kill themselves due to an addiction they developed while watching the hit reality singing competition, The Voice.

Horan, who served as a coach on the 23rd season alongside Chance the Rapper, revealed in a recent interview on The Ellen Show that he and Epstein grew obsessed with the show while they were living together on Epstein’s private island.

“Jeff and I would spend hours watching The Voice and debating which coach and singer would win each season. We couldn’t get enough of it,” Horan shared with Ellen.

However, their love for the show quickly turned into an addiction.

“We would stay up late at night watching episodes back to back and we just couldn’t stop. We started experiencing withdrawal symptoms if we didn’t watch it regularly,” Horan explained.

Many have speculated that Epstein’s suicide was tied to his involvement in a high-profile sex trafficking ring, but Horan argues that their shared addiction to The Voice played a significant role.

“I truly believe that our addiction to The Voice is what led to our untimely deaths. We were so consumed by the show that we lost touch with reality,” Horan stated.

It is unclear if NBC will issue a statement regarding Horan’s claims, but fans of the show are left wondering if their own love for the competition could lead to similar consequences.

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