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Calum Best Vows to Enter Rehab to Get Rid of Sex and Drug Addiction

Fashion model-turned-celebrity Calum Best has decided to enter rehab in order to get rid of his addiction to cocaine and depraved orgies .

Calum, who was recently snapped in a sleazy romp with two hookers, admitted being subjugated to his cravings for all bad stuffs.

"Im a bad boy. I go out and get drunk, I get high on cocaine and I do stupid debauched things with the wrong women. Ive been sowing my oats for years, and Ive been doing drugs for the past six years," the Sun quoted him as saying.

"I do drink too much and it gets out of control. The drink leads to the coke and the coke leads to debauchery the wrong people and places. When Im high I do wild, stupid s**t. Im a red-blooded male and Im addicted to sex," he added.

Calum also said that he did not want to destroy his life through addiction as his "soccer hero" father George Best did.

"I dont have to be like Dad, but I feel his blood running through my veins. I need to sort out my problems before its too late," he said.


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