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David Hasselhoff Hospitalised After Suffering a Relapse

by Medindia Content Team on October 10, 2007 at 1:07 PM
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David Hasselhoff Hospitalised After Suffering a Relapse

Recovering alcoholic actor David Hasselhoff has been hospitalised after suffering a relapse.

His rep Judy Katz revealed the news in a statement and said that the actor is doing fine.

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"David had a brief relapse and immediately recognized the importance of addressing it with the assistance of his doctors," TMZ quoted Katz, as saying,

"He is doing fine and will be back home in the morning," she added.

The actor revealed that he is battling alcoholism earlier this year, after a video clip showing a heavily drunk Hasselhoff emerged.

However, a month later the actor, who was in a custody battle with ex-wife Pamela Bach, won the primary physical custody of his two daughters.

Source: ANI
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