Apparently, Robbie just couldn't wait to see the cards people had sent Victoria Newton for him, and has flounced out of rehab. This, at least, has allowed Vixey to reveal an amazing secret:
Last night a spokesman for Robbie confirmed he had left and claimed he had completed his treatment.
However a source at the centre said: “Robbie was meant to be here for four weeks but left after three.”
He added: “There is absolutely no star treatment here.”
Hmm. Harsh? No star treatment?
With a swimming pool, library and basketball court, it might not be a resort destination, but it's not likely to be confused with a set for One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest. And with costs of an average of about forty thousand dollars - not to mention a special segment directed at top-flight lawyers with issues - you're not really going to be rubbing shoulders with carpenters or shopworkers.
Cottonwood De Tucson uses an awful lot of "spirituality" in its treatment - in other words, trying to replace the dependency on drucks or drinks with a dependency on something a little more socially acceptable. At the heart of the facility is a garden walk where you walk past giant pastel signage bearing the twelve steps, like a graveyard of sin. They also have "alumni meetings" - which might be nice for Rob; he might get to meet Ronnie Wood at one.