Pete Davidson has reportedly entered rehab to seek treatment for his symptoms of borderline personality disorder and PTSD. The former “Saturday Night Live” star is receiving treatment at the same facility where his friend, John Mulaney, sought help for addiction issues. Davidson has previously disclosed his attendance at rehabilitation centers in 2016 and 2018. He publicly shared his diagnosis of borderline personality disorder in 2017. In an effort to address his mental health struggles, Davidson took a leave of absence from “SNL” and went to rehab. Mulaney, who served as a writer on the show and has hosted it multiple times, also sought treatment for cocaine addiction and alcoholism. He discussed his intervention, rehab experience, and journey to sobriety during his last hosting gig. Chevy Chase, who battled addiction to prescription painkillers, checked into the Betty Ford Clinic in the 1980s. Chris Farley, another beloved “SNL” comedian, tragically died of a drug overdose. These stars from the sketch comedy series have all faced personal dependency troubles.

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