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'Glee' Cast Tweets Support for Cory Monteith in Rehab

'Glee' Cast Tweets Support for Cory Monteith in Rehab

Cory Monteith‘s co-stars from his hit Fox series Glee have spoken out in support of his decision to go to rehab for substance addiction.

The 30-year-old actor entered a treatment facility over the weekend with the support of his girlfriend Lea Michele and the production team behind Glee, which is prepping for Cory to miss the final two episodes of the fourth season.

“Love u @CoryMonteith, so proud of you :)” Kevin McHale tweeted.

“Supporting @CoryMonteith for his courageous decision. Get well soon my friend! Proud of you!” Harry Shum, Jr. wrote.

“Sending lots of love and light to @CoryMonteith. We love you,” Jenna Ushkowitz wrote.

“I support you big bro, love you to life. So proud of you @CoryMonteith get well soon 💜,” Amber Riley tweeted.

“Anyone who helps themselves is a hero in my book,” Chris Colfer said without giving names.

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“@CoryMonteith Sweetest man, so proud of you taking care of you. We are and will always be here for you. I love you always, stay strong,” Dot Marie Jones said. “U never know what someone is dealing with in their personal life, don’t pass judgment and love and supportit’s what I believe it what I do.”

“I love u Cory @CoryMonteith and support u all the way.. c u on the set, soon,” Iqbal Theba tweeted.

Show creator Ryan Murphy has also voiced his support, saying “I am so proud of Cory Monteith and love and support him 100%.”

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