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EXCLUSIVE: David Hasselhoff Rushed To Hospital With Alcohol Poisoning Again

Sep. 21 2009, Published 4:54 a.m. ET

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David Hasselhoff was taken by ambulance to a hospital because he again has alcohol poisoning, learned exclusively.

The Hoff was taken from his home to an Encino, CA hospital Sunday afternoon after 911 was called.

Sadly, Hoff was hospitalized with alcohol poisoning in May.

Hasselhoff was home with his 17-year-old daughter Hayley and his male assistant and was on a bender. The Hoff had been drinking for more than a day, a source told He recently wrapped taping for America's Got Talent and shortly after began boozing heavily on vodka.

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Click here for exclusive details of Hasselhoff’s May hospitalization for alcohol poisoning.

When he appeared to be in physical danger 911 was called and he was transported to the hospital. His daughter went with him and was crying heavily.

And has also learned exclusively that the actor has been hospitalized with alcohol poisoning more than five times during the past few years.

Click here to read lawyer confirming details of Hoff’s last bout with alcohol.

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Hoff has consistently been in denial about his severe alcoholism say people close to him. He denied that it was alcohol poisoning behind his hospitalization earlier this year but the details of his story changed as more people confirmed it.

"It's sad," a source told "He needs help and he's in denial."

Click here to read details of Hasselhoff in denial over his problem.



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