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Actor Nick Stahl Checks Into Rehab, Finally Calls His Wife
Actor Nick Stahl, whose disappearance worried his wife, finally checked in with her more than a week after going MIA.
Stahl had emailed his friends yesterday to let them know that he was doing alright, but he didn't include his wife Rose Murphy in the e-mail. But the "Terminator 3" called her up briefly last night to confirm that he was okay and not dead or strung out on Skid Row, according to TMZ.
Murphy followed up with the rehab facility to make sure that he was telling the truth, and the facility confirmed he was there. It's not clear how long he'll be there or what the state of their marriage is exactly, but Murphy said she's glad to know that the father of her daughter is getting help and she plans to visit him in rehab.
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