You think being in Hollywood is easy? Sure, there is glamor and money and too many fans, but you have no idea about the struggles of these actors. Many of them end up abusing alcohol and drugs, and it happens more often than not. We know a few recorded cases of celebs are going to rehab but the major chunk of it is left out 'cause the celebs are too ashamed to admit going to rehab.
But here is a list of some celebs you had no idea went to rehab for a certain period of time. Let's take a look.
In 2001, Ben Affleck ended up going to rehab for severe alcoholism. He was struggling for years and finally his friend, Charlie Sheen, booked a room for him. Yes, Charlie Sheen.
He was forced into rehab by his agent after the police found drugs in his home. The official also said that if he didn't go to rehab himself, he would start losing roles in movies.
She ended up going to rehab twice in her teenage and the first time when she was 13. She started drinking when she was only 9, took up marijuana and cocaine when she was 12. But we're glad that she pulled it together, and she's a famous actress now.
He went to rehab multiple times and the first time was in 1997 for Vicodin addiction. He also went to rehab for alcohol and substance abuse while filming FRIENDS.
She was sent to rehab in 1998 for using heroin, cocaine, LSD and etc.
'The Boy Who Lived' was also 'The Boy Who Drank Too Much' during the last couple Harry Potter movies. He got into abusing alcohol to cope with the pressure of being famous.
She checked into rehab after being diagnosed with an eating disorder. She panicked about her acting career and developed eating difficulties.
She's been admitted to rehab twice. First was sometime during the 80s for abusing cocaine and the second time was in 2011 after her breakup with Ashton Kutcher was exhaustion and stress.
She admitted herself into rehab because she couldn't deal with her depression anymore. The public thought she was partying too much, but it was actually depression.
While filming an action scene, Gerard Butler injured himself pretty badly and then started abusing his pain medications. He was so paranoid about his addiction, and he admitted himself into rehab.
He was kicked out of the Transformers franchise because he was admitted into rehab for drugs and substance abuse. He also had anger management issues.
The former Grey's Anatomy star also needed rehab for a few months when he got addicted to painkillers after suffering a back injury.
The former Disney Channel star tackled an alcohol abuse in his early years and his brother, Nick helped him out with the rehab.