Bloated beyond recognition and bleary eyed, tragic Terminator 2 star Edward Furlong takes a smoke break outside of a rehab center in Orange County, California, and RadarOnline.com has obtained the exclusive shocking images of the troubled Terminator star. Chugging energy drinks and taking frequent smoke breaks, sources reveal the washed-up actor is believed to have checked into the drug and alcohol center for in-patient treatment in February. Click through to see disturbing photos of Furlong looking unrecognizable outside the treatment center after secretly checking in.
Furlong — who has admitted to heroin and cocaine use in the past — frequently comes out of his therapy sessions for cigarette breaks.
RadarOnline.com cameras spotted the controversial star smoking with other members of his group and saying hello to the few people who can still recognize him.
His on-off girlfriend, Monica Keena, wasn’t seen visiting him in four days at the facility.
When approached, Furlong, 40, told RadarOnline.com: “I’m trying to focus on myself right now.”
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It is one of many trips to rehab for the star, who was first admitted in 2000 for problems with cocaine and alcohol.
A year later he landed in the hospital after a suspected overdose while partying with Paris Hilton.
His life has been a blur of jail stints, arrests, and restraining orders from ex-wife Rachel Kneeland, who also accused him of beating her.
A source said Edward’s life has been a "nightmare rollercoaster" since starring alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger when he was just 14.
“He’s been in and out of rehab so many times most people have lost count."
Said the pal: "He blew his chance to get back into the Terminator franchise, and his arrests and drug problems mean he has little chance of every working on a movie which doesn’t go straight-to-video again.”
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