Published: Sat, June 29, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Guns N' Roses Drummer Steven Adler Hospitalised

Guns N' Roses Drummer Steven Adler Hospitalised

Adler is reportedly in the local hospital in a non-threatening state and is now recovering.

Adler served as both drummer and co-songwriter in Guns N' Roses until he was sacked over his heroin addiction in 1990. On Thursday evening an emergency call from the police, which was made of eagle house in Los Angeles.

Adler publicly struggled with drug addiction, which ultimately led to his departure from Guns N' Roses in 1990.

The musician has since been very open about his battles against substance abuse, having taken part in several reality television shows that document the rehabilitation process. When police and paramedics arrived, they reportedly found Adler had suffered a stab wound to his stomach.

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He was able to rejoin the band after signing a contract stating he would refrain from drugs. Former bandmate Izzy Stradlin would also later recall an incident where Adler was crawling on the floor to try to inhale cocaine that had accidentally dropped, Rolling Stone reports. At the moment, it is believed that no one else was involved in the incident.

Adler performed alongside Axl Rose and Slash when Guns N' Roses first shot to fame during the 1980's. The band is now touring - without Adler, of course - selling out shows for their throwback Not In This Lifetime tour.

In 2008 Celebrity Rehab's Dr Drew described Adler's behaviour as "suicidal" and revealed that Adler had to be committed to a psychiatric hospital for two weeks prior to entering rehab.

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