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Pete Doherty's Near death experience After 'drug Binge'

by Hannah Punitha on September 3, 2008 at 3:59 PM
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 Pete Doherty's Near death experience After 'drug Binge'

Pete Doherty was saved from death when a paramedic team revived him after his 'heart stopped beating' following a suspected drug overdose.

The Babyshambles frontman latest near-death experience reportedly happened before he took to the stage for a gig in an Austrian porn cinema in Graz.

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According to reports, Doherty had reportedly been on a huge bender at his promoter Bettina Aichbauer's farmhouse, reports the Sun.

Paramedics were called to the farmhouse by his promoter after Doherty 'passed out'.

He was revived - but the gig had to be delayed four hours.

Doherty refused hospital treatment and managed to play his gig.

Source: ANI
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