Published on July 18th, 2012 | by Daniel0
Pete Doherty has Been Thrown out of a Thai Rehab Facility: He is a Distractive Influence
You know that you are really in a bad place when a rehab facility gives up on you. That is exactly what has happened to Pete Doherty. The Libertines frontman hastily checked into a Thai rehab facility when things got tough. Now officials from that establishment have decided that enough is enough. Doherty has been thrown out and the reason given was that he was a disruptive influence on other patients!!!
- The patient from hell: Recently it was reported that Doherty had decided to sort himself out at the rehab center. He was still suffering from his crack cocaine and heroin addiction which has landed him in prison before and even led to a self-imposed exile. His stay in Paris was short-lived as he once again went back to old habits.
It is perfectly reasonable to sympathize with the team at the Cabin in Chiang Mai. They were dealing with someone who has spoilt countless chances to reform. Following an investigation, they asked him to leave the facility after less than three weeks. Alastair Mordey is the director for the rehabilitation program and he released a statement via the Daily Mail.
Discharged for therapeutic reasons
Apparently the treatment was not working and Pete Doherty was actually compromising the recovery of other people who had checked into the facility. The director said that it was important to maintain the integrity of the program so as to give clients a good chance of recovery. This was not possible given the fact that some spoilt celeb was causing havoc. He said that Doherty fully understands the reasons as to why he was dismissed from the program.
Nevertheless they claim that their parting was amicable and the director expressed the hope that some of the things that the singer had learnt there would help him in the future. Fees for attending the program are £7,200. Having been requested to vacate the premises, Pete Doherty flew back to Heathrow in the UK on the 17th of July. In over two years, less than a dozen patients have been asked to leave the rehab facility. Clearly this is an unusual occurrence.
What next for Pete Doherty?
In all probability he will continue taking drugs and promising a comeback. For the past ten years the Libertines frontman has unsuccessfully battled his drug addictions. He goes in and out of rehab facilities almost as if they are his second home. In 2003 he was sent to jail for burgling his bandmate’s flat. Understandably Carl Barat was not impressed by this behavior.