BEVERLY HILLS, CA - NOVEMBER 06: Actor Dean McDermott attends the "John Varvatos: Rock In Fashion" book launch held at Neiman Marcus on November 6, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for John Varvatos)
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Todd Harrell of 3 Doors Down
An attorney announced on April 24, 2013 that 3 Doors Down bassist Robert Todd Harrell has checked himself into drug treatment after being charged with killing someone while driving under the influence. Harrell is facing multiple charges, including vehicular homicide by intoxication. Authorities say he caused a fatal interstate crash in a Nashville suburb last weekend. Records show authorities discovered that Harrell had numerous narcotics on him while he was being processed into the Nashville jail.
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"Glee" star Cory Monteith is heading to rehab. In a statement, Monteith's rep confirmed on March 31, 2013 that the actor has "voluntarily admitted himself to a treatment facility for substance addiction. "He graciously asks for your respect and privacy as he takes the necessary steps towards recovery." This is not the actor's first time in rehab. He got treatment when he was 19 and previously has spoken about his addiction struggles.
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Bille Joe Armstrong
A rep announced on Sept. 23, 2012 that Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong was headed to treatment for substance abuse. The announcement came after the frontman had a meltdown onstage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas two days earlier. As Green Day was wrapping up its performance during the all-star, two-day concert, Armstrong profanely complained that the band's time was being cut short.
Bobby Brown has reportedly checked himself back into rehab. The 43-year-old Brown is undergoing treatment for alcohol addiction, reports Radar Online. Brown's wife of two months, Alicia Etheredge told Radar that "he's doing great" in rehab.
The former "New Edition" singer was arrested and charged with three misdemeanors, including two DUI-related counts in Los Angeles on March 26.
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Actrerss Demi Moore spent several weeks in treatment at Utah's Cirque Lodge in February of 2012 for what her rep called an effort to "treat her exhaustion and improve her health."
Moore was hospitalized on Jan. 23, 2012, after a 911 caller from her home told an emergency operators that the actress smoked something similar to incense and was convulsing. The caller also said Moore, newly divorced from Ashton Kutcher, had been "having issues lately."
Keep clicking to see some of the famous people who have admitted to spending some time in rehab.Pictures: Demi Moore
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British rocker Pete Doherty was asked to leave three weeks into the $12,000-a-month rehab program in Thailand because he was distracting to other patients. He had checked in there in July of 2012.
The Babyshambles frontman, who at one time dated actress and model Kate Moss, has been in and out of rehab programs since he was in his early20s.
Comedian Andy Dick checked into rehab Oasis rehabilitation center in Anaheim, Calif., in early 2012 after friends and co-worker staged an on-air intervention.
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Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino of MTV's "The Jersey Shore" took to Facebook to claim he was being treated for a prescription drug problem. "I want to set the record straight. I have voluntarily taken steps to get control of a prescription medication problem I had due to exhaustion," wrote Sorrentino on his Facebook page. "I have spent the past several weeks getting treatment for this problem and recuperating from my work and appearance schedule. I appreciate my fans support and love you guys." According to TMZ, the Situation checked into Cirque Lodge in Utah.
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"Hawaii Five-0" actor Alex O'Loughlin took time in early2012 away from the CBS drama to seek treatment for problems related to prescription pain medication. "Alex is taking a short break to receive supervised treatment for prescription pain medication due to a recent shoulder injury," his rep told Entertainment Weekly on March 2, 2012. CBS said in a statement that "everyone at CBS Television Studios and 'Hawaii Five-0' wishes him well and we look forward to his return."
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Gerard Butler has finished a stint in rehab for substance abuse issues, it was revealed on Feb. 24, 2012. His rep said in a statement, "Gerard has completed a successful course of treatment and has returned home in good health. We will not be making any further comment at this time." TMZ reports that the actor, 42, entered the Betty Ford Center three weeks earlier, after realizing he was becoming reliant on prescription medication. He chose to seek treatment to prevent developing a full-blown addiction, the website added.
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Brooke Mueller has checked into rehab, less than two weeks after being arrested on drug and assault charges. "After further reflection and consideration, Brooke has decided to remove herself from the media spotlight and has entered a long-term in-patient treatment center where she can focus on her recovery without distraction," her rep told TMZ on Dec. 13, 2011. "She has already arrived at the facility and, out of respect for her privacy, no further information will be released about her treatment. Brooke's goal is to maintain her sobriety and she believes this is the best option to reach that goal."
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Kim Richards of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" has checked into rehab. Multiple sources confirmed to Entertainment Tonight on Dec. 5, 2011, that the reality TV personality, 47, is seeking help at an undisclosed treatment facility. The website did not say what Richards was seeking treatment for. Last year, she and sister Kyle Richards got into an explosive argument that was shown on the season finale of "Real Housewives," during which Kyle called Kim an alcoholic.
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"Grey's Anatomy" star Eric Dane has checked into a rehab facility to treat an addiction to painkillers, his rep confirmed on July 20, 2011. "Actor Eric Dane voluntarily checked himself into a treatment facility to help him get off of pain medication that he was prescribed for a sports injury that he suffered over the recent hiatus," his rep said in a statement. "He reports back to work next week. Business as usual," the rep said in a statement.
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Singer Amy Winehouse was in and out of rehab before she died of acute alcohol poisoning in July of 2011 at age 27. She had checked into the last treatment facility - the Priory in London - on May 27, 2011, just weeks before her death.
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Oscar De La Hoya
Ten-time prizefighting champ Oscar De La Hoya checked himself into rehab on May 21, 2011. "Like everyone, I have my flaws, and I do not want to be one of those people that is afraid to admit and address those flaws," he reportedly told TMZ. De La Hoya was in a facility in California for treatment of substance abuse issues.
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Matthew Perry confirmed in a statement on May 12, 2011. "I'm making plans to go away for a month to focus on my sobriety and to continue my life in recovery. Please enjoy making fun of me on the World Wide Web," the 41-year-old "Friends" star said. According to reports, he has not relapsed. Perry, who has struggled with addictions to prescription pills and alcohol, previously sought treatment in 1997 and again in 2001.
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Jonathan Rhys Meyers
The Irish-born actor and star of Showtime's series "The Tudors" checked back into rehab at a London clinic for alcohol addiction in early 2012. This was reportedly his fourth stint in rehab. He entered an alcohol-treatment facility in May and February 2010. The actor, who is known for his roles in "Bend It Like Bekcham" and Woody Allen's "Match Point," also sought help in April 2007.
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Singer Whitney Houston did several stints in rehab before her death in Los Angeles in February of 2012. The coroner ruled that she died of accidental drowning, with heart disease and cocaine use as contributing factors.
, Her last stint in rehab was in May of 2011, when she voluntarily entered an out-patient program for drug and alcohol treatment. One of the most successful singers in pop music history, Houston had battled problems with drug addiction for years.
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Seann William Scott
Actor Seann William Scott, who starred in the "American Pie" films, voluntarily checked himself into a treatment center, his reps confirmed on March 15, 2011, to "address health and personal issues." No other details were provided on what those issues are, or where he is getting treatment.
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R&B star El DeBarge, who earned a pair of Grammy
nominations following his comeback album last year, has entered a rehabilitation center, it was announced on Feb. 16, 2011. The 49-year-old singer said in a statement that he voluntarily checked into the center "to deal with issues stemming from many years of substance abuse." DeBarge said he has battled drug addiction for two decades.
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Charlie Sheen has entered rehab, a rep for the actor confirmed on Jan. 28, 2011. The "Two and a Half Men" star "has voluntarily entered an undisclosed rehabilitation center today," the rep said in a statement. "He is most grateful to all who have expressed their concern." The news of Sheen seeking treatment comes one day after he was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital citing severe abdominal pain.
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Aaron Carter, a pop singer and the younger brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter, has entered a private treatment facility in Southern California to help heal "some emotional spiritual issues," his manager Johnny Wright said in a statement obtained by E! Online, Jan. 23, 2008. "He has chosen to enter a facility where he feels he will get the guidance and cleansing he needs that will help him on the music journey he's about to take."
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The Backstreet Boys' A.J. McLean headed back to rehab in 2010. The singer issued a statement confirming that he had checked himself into a rehabilitation center, citing "personal reasons." This was his third stint in rehab. He sought treatment in 2001 and 2002.
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David Arquette has entered rehab, reportedly for treatment of alcohol abuse. In recent interviews, the 39-year-old actor has admitted to drinking heavily in the wake of his split from actress Courteney Cox to whom he has been married for 11 years. They have a 6-year-old daughter, Coco. Arquette's publicist, , Cindy Guagenti, confrmed on Jan. 3, 2011, that he had entered rehab but she had no further comment.
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Actress Lindsay Lohan checked herself into a sober living house on July 14, 2010, eight days after a judge sentenced her to 90 days in jail for violating her probation by not attending alcohol education classes. She will also be required to enter an in-patient rehab program after her release from jail. This is the actress' fourth stint in rehab -- she entered treatment facilities three separate times in 2007.
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After revelations of infidelity rocked his marriage to actress Sandra Bullock, Jesse James entered a treatment facility to seek professional help. "Jesse checked himself into a treatment facility to deal with personal issues," his rep said in a statement on March 30, 2010. "He realized that this time was crucial to help himself, help his family and help save his marriage."
James checked out of the facility in April, and he and Bullock eventually divorced.
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Kelly Osbourne entered a rehab facility in January 2009 in order to fight an addiction to painkillers. She entered an unnamed facility in Los Angeles for 30 days. After she completed her stay, the actress and television personality told People magazine that she had been addicted to painkillers since she was 13. Osbourne spent two other stints in rehab in 2004 and 2005, but she told the magazine she had never been clean until now.
TV personality Pat O'Brien of "The Insider," checked into a rehab facility for undisclosed reasons, the TV show said in a statement Feb. 8, 2008. No further details were disclosed. O'Brien, a former sportscaster who became a celebrity news personality, also spent time in rehabilitation for alcohol abuse in 2005.
Actress Kirsten Dunst has checked into Utah's Cirque Lodge Treatment Center, People.com reported on Feb. 7, 2008. The "Spider-Man" star is being treated at the same place where fellow actresses Eva Mendes and Lindsay Lohan have also sought help.
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