LaTavia Roberson On Wendy Williams

The newest "R&B Divas Atlanta" member and former Destiny's Child singer, LaTavia Roberson, visited "The Wendy Williams Show" today to dish about being ousted from the pop supergroup, her battles with alcohol and her forthcoming tell-all memoir.

Of her dismissal from Destiny's Child, LaTavia said, "I definitely did not quit. Who would quit Destiny's Child? That's insane." She revealed, "Our conflict was strictly with management, it had nothing to do with the other ladies at all... We didn't have anything against Beyonce and Kelly at all. At that time Matthew [Knowles] was our personal manager and he was everybody's group manager. We disaffirmed him as our personal manager. We wanted to have someone come in and manage along with him. We weren't trying to fire the group's manager." She added she's still in touch with her former band members, "I ran into to Beyonce some years ago. I spoke to Kelly, it was nothing but love. Latoya was at my baby shower."

LaTavia opened up about her battle with substance abuse once out of the public spotlight. "It was in my early 20s. Thank god I didn't have to live that out in front of the camera. After the group I had a lot of time to myself and I just started living in my head a little bit. And a lot of things from my childhood started to resurface. Specifically I was dealing with the simple fact of being molested and all of that stuff. I had used alcohol to try to self-soothe."

Coy about the father of her daughter, whom she co-parents but doesn't live with, LaTavia revealed she turns 33 this year and is writing a memoir to spill "all the tea. I like to call it my love letter. And it's my truth about everything, my experience in Destiny's Child, my life, everything."