Chevy Chase has reportedly checked into rehab for treatment of what his reps claim is an alcohol abuse problem.
Chase, 72, entered the Hazelden Addiction Treatment Center, aka, The Lodge, located in Minnesota. Publicist Heidi Schaeffer said Monday that Chase is visiting the facility for a “tuneup.”
Chase has had struggles with substances during his career. He checked into the Betty Ford Clinic in the 1980s for treatment for an addiction to prescription painkillers. Continue reading
Randy Quaid and his wife released what can only be described as a bizarre Youtube video attacking Rupert Murdoch, Warner Brothers, and TMZ.
In the video, Quaid says that he earned the studio over $1 billion in box office revenue for his participation in smash movies like, “Independence Day” and “Christmas Vacation,” while he and his wife remain destitute.
“What did I get in return? A Warner Brothers exec, Bruce Berman, stole my house, and News Corp’s the New York Post continues to smear me to high heaven Continue reading
Randy Quaid gets crushed by cameras and joked with media while riding in an elevator up to Immigration Court prior to a hearing in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Randy Quaid walks with his lawyer Catherine Sas following his hearing at Canadian Immigration Court in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Holy cow, what the hell is going on with Randy Quaid and his wife?! Yesterday, the actor and his lady, Evi, were arrested in Texas after being charged with not paying a $10,000 hotel bill. Apparently, authorities in California say the two skipped on paying the hotel and then left town. I guess. I don’t know. This is some pretty hardcore cross-country fugitive stuff here. Where are the cast members of Law and Order when you need them?
The couple are being held in Marfa, Texas with bail set at $20,000 each. Authorities aren’t saying much else about the case. The official warrant was for charges of burglary, defrauding an innkeeper and conspiracy.
Quaid’s reps aren’t saying anything. Yet.
UPDATE: Quaid and his wife were released on bail after a quick drive to the bank by a friendly, local sheriff.