Nick Stahl has made good on his word.
Just a day after telling friends via e-mail he planned to get help and seek treatment, Stahl's wife Rose confirmed to E! News exclusively that the missing Terminator star checked into rehab Saturday night.
Now that the search is finally over, Rose Murphy Stahl has opened up about the painful experience, taking to Twitter to let concerned fans know she's doing OK:
"It's all good. In the sense the search is over. There is safety and even some comfort now. I left a couple statements because I know my Twitter has few followers and feel its the right thing to let people that have worried and speculated and even set out on foot in search know that it's ok now," Rose tweeted. "There are questions and details that I didn't ask and don't need to know. I dont have details. Once the missing persons report was released it was overwhelming to have such private information out there. And it wasn't mostly my private information. I spoke to media at times on behalf of my husband. Mostly when I was at a loss or even panicking. Or feeling defensive. Not a always a great recipe.
"Today is a new day. I'm more than relieved. Healing! Love for all. I am in recovery. But in no way do I or even should I represent recovery. I'm far to fallible. But again, I do hope that there is a silver lining to this event and I have been truly inspired to keep on keepin on. I have no more comments. Much love to all, Rose Stahl"
The 32-year-old thesp, who went missing more than a week ago, was "really working hard" at sobriety at the time of his disappearance, according to his wife.
"He wants to be well," Rose told E! News last Friday. "He's a good man and we want him home so we can help him."
(Originally published at 10:27 a.m. PT on May 20, 2012.)