Goldberg, 55, who skyrocketed to fame after her starring role in 1985 film 'The Color Purple', insists she was a "fully functioning" addict who fooled movie bosses so she could continue to work and fund her habit.
"I was a functioning drug addict. I went to work because I knew if I didn't show up, a lot of people would be out of work and I wouldn't get a cheque and I wouldn't have the lifestyle that I needed to buy all my drugs," the Daily Star quoted her as saying.
"I winded up sitting on a bed for three or four days scared there was something under the bed.
"I wet the bed, I pooped the bed, I did all kinds of stuff and my roommate came back and said, 'What is going on?' I said, 'There's something under the bed...'
"I was so scared and that's when I knew. Not only did I hit bottom but I was like, is that me?... I was a grown woman and look at what I did to myself. I did films during that time," she revealed.
Goldberg insists she hasn't looked back since the incident - and she's been sober for years.
"Look where I am now, I'm straight as an arrow," she added. (ANI)