Last month, “Full House” actor, John Stamos, was arrested in Beverly Hills for DUI, driving under the influence. And now with his career on the brink of taking off again, Stamos has decided to seek help by checking into rehab for substance abuse.
John Stamos, who played Uncle Jesse on “Full House” was allegedly so drunk and wasted that Beverly Hills police sent him straight to the hospital after arresting him for DUI.
Apparently on the night of his June arrest, police responded to multiple calls reporting a silver Mercedes driving dangerously on the roads. Law enforcement caught up with 51-year-old Stamos and pulled him over around 7:45 pm. Upon initial observation police felt Stamos needed immediate medical attention. They cuffed him and called an ambulance to rush him to the local hospital.
Police followed the ambulance to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where they cited Stamos for misdemeanor DUI while he was getting treatment.
The following morning John Stamos tweeted: “Thanks to everyone for their love & support. I’m home and well. Very appreciative of the BHPD & Cedars for their care.”
Now, about a month later, Stamos has enrolled himself in rehab for substance abuse. A wise decision since he has a lot a stake with Fall TV premiers right around the corner. Stamos once again stars as Uncle Jesse in the new Netflix “Fuller House” a follow-up to original “Full House.” The actor can also be seen on “Grandfathered” a Fox sitcom.
Unfortunately, Stamos lost his co-hosting position for the 2015 Emmy Awards scheduled to air on July 16th. He was replaced by Cat Deeley. It is unknown if the replacement was related to the DUI arrest or not.
Stamos is due back in court on September 11th to continue to address his DUI charge.
Good luck John Stamos, we hope you have a healthy recovery and that you obtain optimal results with your DUI case! – David O Defense
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