Along with half the other celebrities! Honestly, I know this is naughty of me, but would it not be absolute justice if all celebrities had to stay in rehab, and could only come out for filming? That’s certainly how it seems lately. You can’t turn your head for two seconds without some Hollywood flake entering a psycho ward or rehab clinic. And hey, it’s great that they’re doing it, but in all honesty, they shouldn’t have to. As adults, conscious of their actions, it’s simply unnecessary to go around acting like assholes all the time. From People:
“Kirsten Dunst has entered rehab, a source close to the actress confirms to PEOPLE.
The Spider-Man recently star is being treated at the exclusive Cirque Lodge Treatment Center in Utah, the same facility where Lindsay Lohan spent nearly two months and where Eva Mendes checked in, according to the source.
“She’s not doing well,” the source says. “People were pushing her to go in there but there was no intervention… She has been partying hard for a while and I’m sure the Heath Ledger thing put people over the edge.”
Adds the source, “She’s been crying a lot lately, a lot built up. …Everybody hits that bottom where you feel [so] scared that that one heavy night of partying can really wake you up. It’s good she’s getting herself help.”
Dunst, 25, who is a regular on the party scene in Los Angeles, was recently seen partying at the Sundance Film Festival where she hung out with Josh Hartnett at Hyde Lounge. Despite reports of erratic behavior at the festival, sources say Dunst was just displaying her usual “care free party girl antics.”
“She was in a big group of friends and they were dancing their asses off by their table. They looked like they were having a great time and they were getting pretty crazy,” said a source at the time.
However, the following day Dunst failed show up to her own Glamour magazine party. A source at the time said the actress “wasn’t feeling well.”
A rep for Dunst could not be reached for comment.”
I think People has really hit on something there; after Heath Ledger‘s death, people have been, at least temporarily, enlightened that the things you do in the dark, always come to light. You cannot live a hard life, full of drugs and screwing people you don’t know, without it catching up to you. It’s just sad that some people catch their comeuppance sooner than others.