LOS ANGELES (AP) - Former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler is
going to spend more time in rehab.
A court commissioner in Los Angeles agreed Friday to place Adler
in a state-sanctioned drug rehabilitation program and keep Adler
out of prison.
Adler's court appearance came a day after TV audiences watched
him graduate from a drug-treatment program that is the focus of
VH1's show "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew."
Adler missed a court appearance last week, but told the court on
Friday that he had been in another rehab program that he completed
just earlier in the day.
Los Angeles police arrested the rocker in July. He was charged
with felony drug possession and a misdemeanor count of being under
the influence of drugs. Adler will remain on probation while he
tries to complete the state program.
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