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David Cassidy sentenced to live-in rehab

David Cassidy sentenced to live-in rehab

THEY TRIED TO MAKE HIM GO TO REHAB: David Cassidy was arrested in January. Photo: Associated Press

Seventies pop icon David Cassidy has been sentenced to serve 90 days in rehab following his latest DUI arrest.

The actor/singer must check in to a live-in rehab facility for alcohol abuse, according to TMZ.com.

Cassidy was arrested in Los Angeles in January and pleaded no contest to the charge in court on Monday.

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In addition to rehab, the I Think I Love You singer was also sentenced to 60 months probation. He must also complete a nine-month alcohol program.

The star reportedly enrolled in a rehab clinic of his own free will last month.

His January arrest was Cassidy’s third DUI since 2010.

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