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The summer brings out swimsuits and apparently if you are a celebrity, a trip to rehab. Robin Williams checked himself into rehab last week in Minnesota. His people say it is to make sure he stays sober and that he hasn't slipped. Robin has long struggled with sobriety and has made multiple rehab visits. I think it was back in January I heard he was having some issues, but have not heard a peep since. Apparently the grind of working on a television series might have pushed him over the edge and into a slip. He does seem like the kind of guy who would do something like check into a place to stay sober rather than getting sober again. Maybe he just kept slipping but nothing out of hand. I also think he is too nice to say no to someone who wants a photo even though it doesn't look like he is that thrilled about it.
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