Celebrity rehab: Stars who've fallen off the wagon


Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan has checked into rehab once again. Take a look these other Hollywood stars who’ve battled addictions.

<div id="page1">Lindsay Lohan has checked into a rehabilitation centre in Southern California that wasn&#8217;t approved by the court. If it doesn&#8217;t win approval, she may have to begin her court-required, 90-day treatment again.</div>

Lindsay Lohan has checked into a rehabilitation centre in Southern California that wasn’t approved by the court. If it doesn’t win approval, she may have to begin her court-required, 90-day treatment again.

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<div id="page1">Lindsay Lohan has checked into a rehabilitation centre in Southern California that wasn&#8217;t approved by the court. If it doesn&#8217;t win approval, she may have to begin her court-required, 90-day treatment again.</div>
Cory Monteith: 
The Glee actor (and former B.C. boy) first went public with his addictions in a 2011 interview with Parade, saying he had a serious problem and took just "anything and everything" and was "lucky to be alive."
The 30-year-old actor announced he was headed back to rehab in March 2013.
Eva Mendes:
Though it&#8217;s still not clear what she was addicted to, the actress made headlines in 2008 when she checked into rehab for substance abuse, saying "Because celebrities' lives are so visible, I think it makes it look lighter than it is&#8230;The other day I was reading an article. I don&#8217;t even remember who the actress was, but&#8230;she said something like, 'I'm proud that I've had a whole career without making it to rehab.' I thought, that's such a negative twist on it. I'm proud of people who have the determination and the fearlessness to actually go and face their demons and get better."
Mischa Barton:
In September 2008, the former OC star revealed she went to rehab after her arrest for driving under the influence in 2007. 2008
Gerard Butler:
The Olympus Has Fallen actor reportedly checked into the Betty Ford Clinic in February 2012 for an issue with painkillers after a surfing accident.  
&#8220;'I was actually taking a minimal amount of pills when I went in,&#8221; the actor said.
&#8220;It was more about becoming a mental warrior and not letting pain bother you.&#8221;
Kirsten Dunst:
The Bachelorette actress checked into the Cirque Lodge in Utah in 2008 in order to come to terms with her &#8220;personal demons.&#8221; 
"I know what it's like to lose yourself, to no longer know the difference between right or wrong," the star said in an interview with Blackbook magazine.
Kelly Osbourne:
The Fashion Police star entered rehab in January 2009 for an undisclosed reason. It wasn&#8217;t her first trip, however, the reality TV star has reportedly been to rehab four times, at least once for alcohol abuse.
Demi Lovato:
The 20-year-old singer and X-Factor judge left rehab in 2011 after being treated for substance abuse issues and bulimia.
Daniel Radcliffe:
"I became so reliant on alcohol to enjoy stuff," the Harry Potter star said in an interview. "There were a few years there when I was just so enamored with the idea of living some sort of famous person&#8217;s lifestyle that really isn&#8217;t suited to me."
Nicole Richie:
The fashion designer/TV personality was arrested for heroin possession in 2003 and checked into rehab shortley thereafter. 
&#8220;People ask me, do I blame Hollywood or my parents?&#8221; the star said in 2010. &#8220;No, I don't blame my parents. It had nothing to do with them. I created it and manifested it, and I got myself through it with the help of a lot of great people.&#8221;
Charlie Sheen:
The Anger Management actor checked into rehab in 2011 after a public meltdown. 
&#8220;I was banging seven-gram rocks and finishing them, because that's how I roll,&#8221; he said in an interview with Good Morning America's Elizabeth Vargas. 
&#8220;I don&#8217;t believe in rehab anymore.&#8221;
Demi Moore:
The Charlie&#8217;s Angels actress checked into the Cirque Lodge rehab treatment center in Utah in 2012 for anorexia and an addiction to prescription pills.
Tara Reid:
The American Pie actress Tara Reid checked into the famous Promises Treatment Facility for alcohol abuse in 2008, according to reports.
Ben Affleck:
The Argo director went to rehab in 2001 following a bender in Las Vegas, according to reports. He admitted in an interview he was "just one bad night away from a big 'E! True Hollywood Story."
Billie Joe Armstrong:
The Green Day frontman (centre)entered rehab in September 2012 for unnamed anti-anxiety and insomnia drugs.
"I started combining them to a point where I didn't know what I was taking during the day and what I was taking at night," Armstrong said in an interview with Rolling Stone. "My backpack sounded like a giant baby rattle [from all the vials inside]."
Kelly Preston:
The actress and wife of John Travolta reportedly battled addictions to marijuana, Quaaludes, Ecstasy and cocaine. The actress opened a Scientology rehab center on her native Hawaii in 2007.
Eric Dane:
Eric Dane checked into rehab in July 2011 for an addiction to painkillers.
"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.
Lindsay Lohan:
The Mean Girls actress has had a public battle with law, but she has also battled a drug addiction. 
The actress was ordered to enter a locked rehab facility for 90 days by a judge in March 2013.
Drew Barrymore:
The former child star and longtime actress had her first drink at age 9, began smoking marijuana at age 10 and at 12 took up cocaine. She had reportedly been to rehab for drug abuse twice by the time she was 13.
Jaime Lee Curtis:
The celebrated actress wrote in 2009, &#8220;My recovery from drug addiction is the single greatest accomplishment of my life.&#8221; She was reportedly addicted to painkillers for five years.
Angelina Jolie:
The star confessed in a 2008 interview, 
"I've done just about every drug possible. Coke, heroin, ecstasy, LSD, everything. The worst effect, for me, was pot. I felt silly and giggly, and I hate feeling like that. 

"I remember taking LSD before I went to Disneyland. I started thinking about Mickey Mouse being a short, middle-aged man in a costume who hates his life. Those drugs can be dangerous if you don't go into it positively. I gave them up long ago.'
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