Zac Efron — a lot of your fans aren’t buying your story about why you got into a brawl in LA’s notorious Skid Row on Marchg 23. Ran out of gas? Hmm. In any case, Zac, be honest with yourself; if you need to get help again — do it!
Zac Efron — at 26, you are one of the most promising young actors of this generation, and you’ve already struggled with some issues . Now, we applaud you at HollywoodLife.com for checking yourself into rehab twice in 2013 and for confronting your problems head on last year.
Zac Efron Needs To Go To Rehab ASAP If He Has A Problem
But now, you’ve been involved in two strange incidents in the past few months. You were punched in the mouth during a violent midnight brawl with some homeless men on March 23.
And previous to this, you fell outside your house and broke your jaw on Nov. 10, again under pretty weird circumstances. So weird that even though you were badly hurt — in addition to the broken jaw, you also had a big gash which required stitches, you never called 911.
It’s a wonder that you made it to the hospital without help since your jaw injury was so severe that you had to have your mouth wired shut.
Now, in this new March 23rd episode, you’ve been putting out an odd story about running out of gas on the way to a restaurant for a midnight dinner. Midnight is beyond late for early town LA. You claim that you threw a bottle out of the window of your car – odd- while waiting for a tow truck and that homeless men then attacked your bodyguard.
The bodyguard claims that you rushed to his aid and that’s how you were injured.
Now, did we mention that your bodyguard reportedly has a criminal record for drugs and violence, according to TMZ.
Zac, you may think you’ve come up with a plausible explanation for why you just happened to have gotten into a fistfight in LA’s seedy Skid Row, but your fans are skeptical and have let you know that, on Twitter.
Here’s some of what they had to say:
— Jen N’ Joni (@twowisegals) March 27, 2014
Why Is Zack Efron Fighting Homeless People At SkidRow ?
— AssassinMindState (@KingAssassin90) March 28, 2014
— Stephanie Pelley (@StephaniePelley) March 27, 2014
Zac Efron’s Friends Are Worried About Him
Furthermore, HollywoodLife.com has a source close to you who tells us exclusively that “the fact is that Zac is in a rough spot.” Your friends are worried to death. They were concerned that you aren’t telling the full story about what you were up to on March 23, the night of the brawl. Our source told us:
Regardless what part of the city you are in, you avoid Skid Row. Even if he was telling the truth about running out of gas there are plenty of options to get to safety especially if you are a celebrity. Common sense eventually has to set in. You walk towards the area of downtown near Staples Center and get help. You can contact Uber which everyone in the world has, or for someone like Zac, you call a friend or a handler to come get you among ten million other things and options that he has the option to deal with. Plus he was with someone, so that even adds more options.
Your friends are worried to death, reports, TMZ as well. “Zac’s a loner. He goes out rarely and the idea of him driving for miles to go to some sushi restaurant in downtown LA after midnight is preposterous,” One of Zac’s friends told TMZ as well as saying that Zac’s “bodyguard” is a bad influence and that Zac has been spending way too much time with him.
Now Zac, after you went to rehab twice, you were reportedly “healthy, happy, and not drinking,” a source told E!News. You were “taking time to focus on working.”
And in fact, you have worked hard. You starred in the romcom That Awkward Moment with Michael B. Jordan, which premiered Jan. 22 in NYC, and your new film, Neighbors, with Seth Rogen, comes out May 9.
Zac — that is all great. But your career and your personal life will not continue to thrive if you don’t get help for any issues you might have.
If you do have addiction issues, they will not go away by themselves. Addiction is a disease that often requires treatment multiple times. So, if you are being held captive by this dreadful disease, you must do what’s best for yourself — absolutely get help ASAP!
As a source who cares about you told HollywoodLife.com, “he either gets help or there is only one other option and nobody wants to go to Zac’s funeral.”
Oh, Zac — do not let that happen.
Do you agree, HollywoodLifers? If Zac has issues, should he go to rehab pronto? Let me know.
— Bonnie Fuller
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