Crazytown Singer Breathing On His Own: ‘Long Road Of Recovery Ahead,’ Says Pal

By Amber GoodhandRadar News Editor

Less than a week after Crazytown frontman Seth Binzer fell into a drug-induced coma, has exclusive details about the singer’s steadfast recovery.

Seth, who’s stagename is Shifty Shellshock, was put into a coma last Thursday after a source close to the situation tells us he went on a binge of pills, GHB [Gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid] and crack — but he’s now conscious and breathing on his own.

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“He’s off the breathing tubes and even though he’s conscious, no one is pushing it. Doctors don’t want him to be overstimulated,” a pal told

“There’s going to be a long road of recovery ahead for Seth.”


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According to the source Seth’s estranged girlfriend, Jasmine Lennard, has been banned from seeing him in the hospital.

“Last Thursday he got in a fight with his baby mama and took like 25 pills, GHB and was smoking a lot of crack,” the source revealed, noting that Seth’s family and friends don’t approve of their toxic relationship.

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The source goes on to say, “They’ve moved Seth to a different room in the ICU and aren’t really welcoming any visitors at this point.

“Things are looking good, but he’s not out of the woods yet. It’s going to be an uphill battle.”

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Seth, 37, is a former patient on Dr. Drew’s Celebrity Rehab and has struggled with addiction for more than 10 years.

“Seth has needed help for a long time but just hasn’t been able to get himself clean,” the insider told us.

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Stay with as new developments become available…


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