High School Musical star Zac Efron, checked himself into rehab as his lifestyle became dangerously and increasingly self-indulgent. According to People, partygoers worried about the state of the twenty five year old actor at a party last November. Zac had allegedly informed revellers that he was rolling and revealed that he had not slept in four days. Zac was also running around shirtless while partying.

Said to keep his act private and under the wraps when he was cast as Arroyo Grande in the Disney franchise at the age of seventeen, Zac’s drug abuse became more severe when he shot to A List status and befriended a dangerous Hollywood crowd. Zac was on cocaine and also began experimenting with MDMA, which is the active ingredient in ecstasy tablets that is known as Molly on the street.

Zac Efron seen drunk after his high profile night out in 2011
Zac Efron after his high profile night out in 2011

After the split of his five year relationship with High School Musical co-star, Vanessa Hudgens in 2010, Zac is alleged to have snorted cocaine with friends and went to a strip club before heading to a pool party at noon the next day with no rest. He is also allegedly dependent on Adderall pills to pick himself up during press conferences.

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Rumour has it that Zac is clean after his second visit to a clinic which was prompted by a relapse while shooting the comedy, Neighbours. The actor was seen sober at the recent Toronto Film Festival promoting his new film, Parkland and was said to have called it an early night in the Canadian city.

Zac Efron at the Toronto Film Festival 2013
Zac Efron at the Toronto Film Festival 2013

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