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VIDEO: MTV's New Star - Warren The Ape, Meets With Dr. Drew Pinsky

May. 26 2010, Published 5:46 a.m. ET

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Move over Brandon Davis and Danny Bonaduce there’s a new D-list celebrity bad boy in town and this one really knows how to kick it with the best – and RadarOnline.com can exclusively introduce you to all ten inches of him right here!

In a matter of weeks MTV will be presenting Warren The Ape to the world, and he may be a sock puppet, but he’s every bit as bad ass as his human counterparts.

Warren, though, is attempting to clean up his act, and as every Hollywood train wreck knows the best way to go about that is with a visit to top addictions specialist and host of Celebrity Rehab, Dr. Drew Pinsky.

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In this hilarious sneak peek of the upcoming series Warren is quizzed by Dr. Drew at his Pasadena Recovery Center, admitting to suffering from the shakes, drinking 3 – 4 airline bottles of alcohol a day and snorting cocaine – although “only habitually!”

Warren the Ape is a parody show about the trials and tribulations of a D-grade celebrity who is attempting to clean up his act, patch up his relationships and scramble his way back into the Hollywood limelight.

Over the past few years, Warren has paid more attention to drugs, booze and women than his career - which as of late has mostly consisted of a series of seedy exploitation films, obscure industrials, low-rent theatre productions and a regrettable string of skin flicks.

Sounds like a fairly typical Hollywood story – albeit lived by a sock puppet!

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You can catch the hilarious new series, Warren The Ape, on MTV at 10.30pm starting June 14th. Meantime you can follow him on Twitter: @warrentheape.

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