David Arquette out of rehab
Monday 31 January 2011
David Arquette is "feeling good" after completing rehab.
The actor - who split from his wife Courteney Cox late in October last year - left the Betty Ford Centre in California after four weeks of treatment for "alcohol and other issues".
A representative for the 'Scream' star said yesterday (30.01.11): "He has completed treatment and has left the facility. He's feeling good and he's ready to move forward."
A source added to UsMagazine.com: "He is very committed to his sobriety and a changed person because of his experience. He realises now how out of control things got and doesn't want that to happen again."
David, 39, had been spotted out partying on a number of occasions after his separation from 'Friends' actress Courteney - with whom he has six-year-old daughter Coco - and admitted in a frank interview he felt depressed and had been "drinking a lot".
He said: "I've been drinking a lot. But I don't want to go into all that, because it's really a personal, traumatic thing.
"Everybody's worried and concerned about me. When I drink, I become a maniac. This is the hardest thing anyone has to go through. You wake up and the reality hits you."
After he entered the facility on January 1, Courteney publicly gave her full support to David's decision to go to rehab.
She said in a statement: "I really admire David and his choice to take charge and better his life. I love and support him."
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