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Rehab Does Not Help Kirsten Dunst To Fight Drinking Habits!

by Aruna on August 31, 2009 at 10:51 AM
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Rehab Does Not Help Kirsten Dunst To Fight Drinking Habits!

Reports say that actress Kirsten Dunst is back to her alcohol habits after fighting it for almost a year and a half, sources say.

The 'Spider Man' star, who visited rehab last year, was reportedly spotted in a Los Angeles bar recently.

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"She told (a companion) to order her a double vodka on the rocks... (he) held her by the arm to keep her stable," Contactmusic quoted a source as telling the National Enquirer.

The insider added: "Even though she was wasted, she looked like she was trying to hide her drink in her jacket as she walked toward a couch. But minutes after she sat down, Kirsten gulped her drink."

Dunst' reps have refused to comment on it.

Source: ANI
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