Drew Barrymore, 13, recently released from treatment for alcoholism, says fame came too quickly. "From the time I became famous in `E.T.,' my life got really weird," she says in People magazine. "One day I was a little girl and the next day I was being mobbed by people who wanted me to sign my autograph or pose for pictures or just wanted to touch me." Her substance abuse started with liquor at 9, marijuana at 10 and cocaine at 12. "Some days in the hospital, all I did was cry," Barrymore says.