British rock star Pete Doherty's drug treatment got canceled earlier than planned.
A court has revoked British rock star Pete Doherty's drug treatment order six months earlier than planned. The order forced him to undergo help for his drug addictions.
The revocation of the order came when the singer appeared at London's Thames Magistrates' Court on Wednesday for its review.
It was in accordance with the advice of experts that District Judge Jane McIvor decided to revoke the two-year order.
"I have just had enough really," Contact music quoted Doherty as saying outside the court.
"It's just the beginning, you know what I mean. My life has changed," he added.
Doherty is due in court later this week to be sentenced for driving illegally while in possession of drugs in west London on 5 May.