Ryan O'Neal has been restricted from visiting his son Redmond, who is in a residential treatment center for his substance abuse problem, RadarOnline.com is reporting exclusively.
Redmond appeared in court in Los Angeles on Wednesday for a progress report and Judge Michael Tynan told him: "You were faking it the last time you were at Impact. You weren't sincere.
"You have to take a hard look at your life. You are still in trouble. I'm going to ask Impact to eliminate any home visits, you agree with that Mr O'Neal?"
The son of Farrah Fawcett answered, "Yes your honor."
RadarOnline.com was at the courthouse and spoke briefly to Redmond who told us, "I'm doing better this time." His lawyer Richard Pintal told us: "Redmond has kicked it up, and the progress report reflected that."
And another source revealed that Ryan has been restricted from visiting Redmond, telling RadarOnline.com: "Ryan has been restricted from visiting Redmond while he is at Impact. It's been determined that it's not in the best interest for Redmond's treatment for Ryan to be visiting his son at this time."
Ryan is planning a sequel to Farrah Fawcett's documentary, and as RadarOnline.com exclusively reported he sent letters to people he wanted to film, and in the letter he wrote that Redmond's battle with drugs would be one of three key components to the planned film.
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Redmond has had multiple drug arrests and battled addiction for years.
His next court date is April 7.