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After a tumultuous year, Nicholas Brendon is finally asking for help.
As we reported in May, the former Buffy The Vampire Slayer star was arrested for the THIRD time this year for an incident involving substance abuse.
Although the 44-year-old checked himself into rehab early last month, it appears he is still in dire need of professional coaching.
And he is asking for celebrity physician Dr. Drew!
On Saturday, the actor went on Twitter to ask his many followers to help him get in touch with the TV personality.
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The Hills' Jason Wahler is lightyears away from his old seaside bad boy ways!
The newlywed has not only transformed physically, but emotionally as well since his rebellious teen years.
While Jason refuses to blame the mega-successful show for his demons, he will admit that the overnight fame and all access pass to guilty pleasures only made his mental instability swell up — so much so that he tried to commit suicide!!!
In an uber candid piece, Jason revealed:
Well this just got awkward!
And by “lash out”, we really mean that Amanda called Dr. Drew ugly.
Over the weekend, Dr. Drew tweeted:
I think it may be time to leave @AmandaBynes alone.She will get help if she wants it & if she needs it,hopefully before serious consequences
— Dr Drew (@drdrew) June 15, 2013
We see how he was trying to be supportive by not offering help to someone who’s clearly not asking, but we can also see why Amanda took offence!
Amanda tweeted in response:
Celebrity Rehab has had its fair share of drama throughout its run on VH1.
With a grand total of five deaths — Mindy McCready, Jeff Conoway, Rodney King, Mike Starr and Joey Kovar — and their repercussions, it seems Dr. Drew doesn’t want to deal with it any longer.
The TV Doctor said:
“I don’t have any plans to do it anymore… I am tired of taking all the heat, it is just ridiculous.”
Whoa. This might be a bit harsh.
While many are mourning Mindy McCready’s suicide, one person is using it as a chance to address Dr. Drew Pinsky’s show, Celebrity Rehab.
Musician Richard Marx didn’t hold back while commenting on what he finds to be a huge problem in getting help to those suffering with substance abuse issues through a TV program.
He took to Twitter to post a controversial tweet: