Glee’s Cory Monteith Leaves Rehab

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Glee star Cory Monteith has left rehab after successfully completing a month-long treatment for substance abuse.

Monteith voluntarily checked himself into a treatment facility at the beginning of April, admitting he had a “substance addiction.”

On Friday, sources confirmed to People that Monteith had completed his stint in rehab after close to 30 days of treatment.

Monteith Tweeted: “sending out big love to everyone. thank you for the continued support! It means the world to me! :)”

The fourth season of Glee is currently airing on Sky1 on Sunday evenings.

Last updated: Saturday 27 April 2013
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