Kathryn Dennis is back in South Carolina after spending the past several weeks in Southern California, where she was believed to have been in rehab. After arriving on the east coast, the Southern Charm star confirmed her whereabouts with her Instagram followers.

"I am officially back on the east coast and back in my Charleston!" Dennis wrote in a recent post. "It's been a crazy year but I'm more me than I've ever been."

In mid-July, a Fit News report claimed Kathryn Dennis had traveled to Los Angeles for treatment after failing a drug test during her custody battle with ex-boyfriend Thomas Ravenel.


As the report explained, Ravenel sued Dennis for custody of their children, two-year-old daughter Kensington Calhoun Ravenel and eight-month-old son St. Julien Rembert Ravenel, and saw a major win after Dennis tested positive for drugs.

Does Kathryn Dennis have a new boyfriend?

According to the Fit News report, Dennis engaged in a relationship with an alleged drug dealer back in April and was accused of smoking marijuana while pregnant. However, Dennis denied doing drugs while pregnant and it is unclear if her rumored boyfriend was ever identified. Months later, after Dennis shared a photo of herself that included a mystery man on her Instagram page, it was rumored that they were dating -- and that Dennis may have left rehab early. Unfortunately, this information was also unconfirmed.

Kathryn Dennis' stint in rehab was a step in the right direction

According to Fit News' sources, Kathryn Dennis voluntarily checked herself into a treatment program at a center in Malibu, California in July which specialized in drug rehabilitation. At the time, it was noted that Dennis had gone to rehab for unspecified treatment.

“This is a step in the right direction for her health as well as for custody of her children,” a source close to the situation revealed to Fit News.


As for whether or not Kathryn Dennis will be returning to Bravo for a 4th season of Southern Charm, there has not yet been a confirmation given.

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