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Hasselhoff Too Much Drinky, But Just Fine

5/4/2009 9:10 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

David HasselhoffDavid Hasselhoff had way too much to drink yesterday, but sources tell us stories that he was severely poisoned by booze have been greatly exaggerated.

Here's what we know... The Hoff got drunk yesterday but is at home today, regretting what he did but otherwise perfectly fine. His rep, Judy Katz, tells us David "is fine and well and happy and is celebrating his father, Joe Hasselhoff's 80th birthday tonight at dinner... along with his girlfriend, Kimberly."

The Hoff's mega-lawyer, Mel Goldsman, is pissed, claiming Pamela Bach, the ex who never goes away, is behind the story and "in violation of the court's order precluding contacting the media regarding her ex husband."

Goldsman vows to go after Pam in court.

But The Hoff is fine.


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You people who are saying he is acting 'irresponsibly' think he can control this himself--if he'd just get a grip and stop--you don't get addiction at all, do you?? Well, here's hoping you never have to face it up close and personal.
David needs to get into a rehab/recovery program ASAP or he's gonna come to a bad end...soon....nobody's buying his rep's statement-there's nothing 'fine' about him right now...he needs HELP-

1961 days ago


oh my gosh why doesn't someone lock him up and dry him out and if his ex did tell this story perhaps amongst other things since he is around their children all the time she would like him to SOBER up what a waste of skin!

1961 days ago


He is NOT "fine". Alcoholics who keep drinking are NOT fine. Don't turn this around on the ex-wife. David needs to do some serious rehab to realize he can NOT drink.

1961 days ago


Who care? So what if he got drunk why is this news? Slow day TMZ

1961 days ago


the heartlessness of some comments here is very sad indeed. Why kick a man when he is down? This man is suffering terribly under the terrible duress of addiction. His behaviour is in no way comparable to run-of-the-mill selfishness. The fog of addiction is doing the thinking for him, it is not the real david. Anyone with any experience of addiction could see this.
We are here to help each other so please show compassion, one day you may require it yourself. Best of luck David.

1961 days ago
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