After over two months spent at an inpatient rehab facility, Johnny Manziel has been released, according to ESPN. Manziel entered the Cleveland-area facility at the end of January, meaning he spent over two months in rehab, presumably (though never officially announced) to address his problems with alcohol. In the last…
So says the Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot:
Following reports last week that he starred in a second crack cocaine video, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is, according to Rob Ford, now in rehab. And he's having a blast. "Rehab is amazing," he told the Toronto Sun. "It reminds me of football camp. Kind of like the Washington Redskins camp I went to as a kid."
The AP has a story about top Astros prospect Jon Singleton, the point of which seems to be to leave readers feeling inspired by Singleton's journey from being a marijuana-addicted and troubled youngster to clean-living prospect knocking on the door of the big leagues. And I suppose it is that kind of story, if you…
Oscar looks bloated and sad, as this valiant paparazzo hounds him. What happened to the Golden Boy?
Pretty boy ex-boxer Oscar De La Hoya issued a statement to TMZ after it declared he checked himself into a rehab facility for substance-abuse problems.
Beasley just finished up a monthlong stint at a substance-abuse center in Houston and announced that he had moved on from weed, Twitter and adolescence in general. Whether any of those things actually constituted a problem, however, is still unclear.