'Golden voice' homeless man turned announcer Williams headed to rehab

Washington, Jan 13 (ANI): Voice-over artist Ted Williams, who had been a homeless man before he turned announcer for MSNBC, is set to check himself into rehab.

Williams, 53, who quickly became a YouTube sensation after a video showcasing his golden voice went viral, admitted on 'Dr. Phil' that he had begun drinking again.

According to GossipCop.com, Dr. Phil suggested to the Ohio man, off-camera, that he should enter rehab.

A representative for the show has confirmed the decision, which came less than a day after police in Hollywood briefly detained Williams and his daughter, Janey, after they got into a heated argument at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel and Spa.

"It was minor. Both parties were angry but there were no signs of visible abuse," ABC News quoted Los Angeles police Officer Catherine Massey as saying.

She said the two "were brought in, calmed down, talked to and released" and she did not know the nature of the argument. (ANI)

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