Ben Affleck was spotted looking worse for wear on Nov. 5 when he arrived on the set of his new divorce thriller Deep Water.
The actor, who seemed exhausted, wore sweat pants and a grimy, stained t-shirt and was seen lighting up a cigarette.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Affleck, 47, fell off the wagon just days earlier at a wild Halloween party in Los Angeles.
An eyewitness at the UNICEF event at the La Peer Hotel told RadarOnline.com the rehab alum “downed clear drinks, like either vodka or tequila” while wearing a skeleton mask.
“I guess it was a disguise,” the onlooker said, adding that it didn’t look like any of his friends were attempting to stop him.
“You could tell he was so out of it,” the fellow partygoer told RadarOnline.com. “He was clearly plastered.”
After partying inside, Affleck was then caught on camera stumbling to his waiting car.
Affleck admitted he made a mistake by drinking alcohol. “It happens, it was a slip, but I’m not going to let it derail me,” he told photographers the next day upon arriving at his ex-wife Jennifer Garner’s house to take their kids trick-or-treating.
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Not Dressed For Success
Affleck sported messy hair and stained clothes when arriving for work.
According to an eyewitness, Affleck was so sloppy that even his shoes were untied.
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The actor needed to energize himself with iced coffee and a Coke Zero.
Up In Smoke
Affleck was also spotted smoking cigarettes to get his nicotine fix.
Before his Halloween relapse, Affleck had managed to remain sober for about one year after checking into a Malibu rehab facility in August 2018. The actor — who was driven to the treatment center by his ex-wife, Garner — completed a 40-day treatment program, worked with a sober coach, and attended wellness classes in Los Angeles.
Affleck also attended rehab in 2001 and in 2017. “Battling any addiction is a lifelong and difficult struggle. Because of that, one is never really in or out of treatment. It is a full-time commitment. I am fighting for myself and my family,” Affleck once wrote on Instagram.