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Sep 18th
01:00 am
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From People:
Zac Efron Completed Rehab Stint

Zac Efron hasn't been seen out and about on the nightclub scene as of late – and it sounds like there's a reason.

The actor, 25, completed a stint in rehab about five months ago, sources confirm to PEOPLE.

The actor – who recently walked the carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival – is "doing great," a source tells PEOPLE. "He's taking care of himself and it shows."

Efron will next star in Parkland, a drama about the Kennedy assassination. "It's really a surreal experience for me," he tells USA Today of working on the film. "It feels very mature and really interesting. It's a whole different kind of filmmaking and I feel blessed to have been a part of it."

I'm not surprised by this news. I am happy for him and I have a lot of respect for him being self aware enough that he realized he needed to change a behavioral pattern before it seriously affected his well-being. I am also glad his parents maintain an active role in his life and support him and help him to make the best choices for himself. Hollywood is a difficult place to exist in. A lot of people don't like to see that accompanying the money, fame and success, are a host of negative things. It becomes a very isolated existence, even if you have a lot of friends. Let's look to the future and not the past, he is clearly on a positive path and I'm happy about that.

Additional note (Sep 19th):
Now that this is out, many people will try to make a quick buck by selling their story. So please take new stories with a grain of salt cause some of it doesn't add up.
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countessm3countessm3 on September 18th, 2013 01:40 am (UTC)
Honestly, it doesn't matter what drug it was, whether it was coke, pot, alcohol, etc. It performs the same function in a person's life, it cripples the same way, it leaves the same devastation. If you want I can tell you horror stories about the alcoholic I once lived with - it will set your hair on end.

Lole LeiroLole Leiro on September 18th, 2013 01:47 am (UTC)
I agree with you 100%, I will still support Zac no matter what his problem is or what it has to do with. I didn't mean to say that a coke problem is more serious than an alcohol problem, both can wreck lives apart. I was just wondering :)
It's just that the news caught me off guard, I really wasn't expecting this. Though now that we know, it explains his behaviour and some other stuff from earlier.
I hope I dind't offend anyone, I love Zac to death.
hunny miss (aka lets fead him to the gators)ehs_wildcats on September 18th, 2013 06:13 am (UTC)
no offense taken :) it's all good.
countessm3countessm3 on September 18th, 2013 10:35 am (UTC)
You didn't offend me.(: It's just there are myths around drugs, like one is okay and another is not, that I like to dispel.