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Luann De Lesseps Leaves Rehab Ahead Of Weekend Cabaret Performance

Aug. 2 2018, Published 8:01 p.m. ET

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Just three weeks after entering, The Real Housewives of New York City star Luann de Lesseps has reportedly left rehab, where she was seeking treatment for an ongoing drinking problem.

De Lesseps, 53, foreshadowed her early exit when she promised fans last week she would perform her cabaret show on August 4 in Long Island.

“Thank you so much for all of your support. I wanted you to know I’m doing great, and I hope you’ll come and see me,” she shared on Instagram. “Looking forward to being back on stage!"

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As Radar readers know, de Lesseps checked into rehab for the second time last month after she started boozing again following her dedication to sobriety.

She was arrested for battering a police officer while under the influence last December.

As Radar exclusively reported, the reality star will return to Florida court later this month to learn if her plea deal proposal was accepted by the judge. She is attempting to avoid jail time in the case, and offered to serve one year of probation instead.

"She will be spending the day tomorrow rehearsing her cabaret show before Saturday's performance," an insider explained to E! News, who broke the rehab release news "Luann knows there will be a lot of eyes on her this weekend, but she is healthy, feeling well, in good spirits and is ready to put on a great show for her fans."

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