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Celebrity Drug Abuse: Addiction in the World of Celebrities

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Gary Busey
Substances Abused: Alcohol, Cocaine, GHB

Recently featured in Dr. Drew’s Celebrity Rehab on VH-1, Gary Busey may have found more fame with recent antics and crazy sayings, now coined “Buseyisms”, than his films. 
Gary Busey was arrested in May of 1995 for possession of cocaine and has been hospitalized in the past due to his excessive use of Cocaine and GHB.

Steven Adler
Substances Abused: Alcohol, Cocaine, Marijuana

Former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler also has new found success from his recent stay in Celebrity Rehab. Steven Adler suffered a stroke due to his excessive drug use and even suffered a few relapses while his stay in Sober House. In a recent interview with Howard Stern, Adler said that he has quit using illicit drugs and only smokes marijuana from time to time.     

Whitney Houston
Substances Abused: Alcohol, Cocaine, Marijuana

With such a high profile, you would think that Whitney Houston would know better than to try to walk through airport security with marijuana in her luggage but that’s exactly what she did in 2000. Since then, Whitney Houston’s sister-in-law has claimed that Houston has a serious problem with crack and has nearly overdosed several times.

Drew Barrymore
Substance Abused: Alcohol, Cocaine, Marijuana

Drew Barrymore admitted that she started drinking alcohol and smoking cigarettes at the age of 9. At 10, she began to smoke marijuana and by age 12, she was snorting cocaine. Although her childhood was surrounded by substance abuse Barrymore seems to have overcome her struggle with addiction.

Yasmine Bleeth
Substances Abused: Cocaine, Meth

Former Baywatch beauty Yasmine Bleeth entered the luxurious Promises Rehab Clinic in Malibu for the first time voluntarily in 2000 to help her overcome a cocaine addiction. While commenting on her addiction, Bleeth said, “It was almost like falling in love… It became my boyfriend, my best friend, my family.”

Written by Daniel

March 23, 2009 at 10:32 am

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  1. This blog is Great! I can’t get enough of it! I come back day after day and I’m always finding great new content. Thanks for your efforts and I’ll be sure to keep coming back!!!

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    March 30, 2009 at 6:26 pm

  2. I have extensive experience working with people with substance abuse problems and how these problems interfere in their life.
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    October 23, 2009 at 4:03 am


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