By Monique Friedlander For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 05:59 BST, 1 September 2020 | Updated: 05:59 BST, 1 September 2020
Former Home And Away star Lincoln Lewis, 32, pulled himself out of the depths of depression by overhauling his diet and exercise regimen last year.
And now, the actor has bravely spoken abut the darkest moments of his mental health battle, admitting that it was a phone call to his childhood friend that saved his life.
Speaking to 9Honey on Tuesday, the House Husbands explained how he hit a 'low point' late last year, months after he was unwittingly involved in a catfishing scam that led to a woman's suicide.
'I woke up and was just done': Home And Away star Lincoln Lewis, 33, (pictured) has revealed how a phone call to his childhood friend saved his life when he was in the depths of depression last year
Lincoln found himself spiralling into bad habits after learning that Melbourne woman Lydia Abdelmalek had stalked seven people for four years using fake profiles of the actor.
'I was not eating right, physically my motivation was down, and work wasn't going well,' he told the publication.
The blond recalled calling his childhood friend when his depression began to get the better of him.
'Just please talk to me': The blond recalled calling his childhood friend when his depression began to get the better of