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“Pretty Wild’s” Tess Taylor checks into rehab center for opiate addiction

HollywoodNews.com: The stars of “Pretty Wild” have gone through some serious drama from celebrity stealing to arrests. However, it looks as if Alexis Neiers’ sister, Tess Taylor, has taken a page out of her book, but has actually decided to try to get some help for it.

Taylor has reportedly checked into a rehab facility in Malibu to fight her addiction to opiates, reports TMZ. Her mother, Andrea Arlington, said, “Approximately two weeks ago after a lot of coaxing from sister Alexis Neiers and myself, and after almost losing her life, Tess Taylor contacted Greg Hannley, owner of the SOBA Recovery center in Malibu and asked for help.”

Taylor plans to stay for the entire 12-month program while she tries to detox and fight the addiction.

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