March 11, 2006 03:04:32 GMT
Leif Garrett has been ordered to spend another 30 days at a court-appointed drug treatment facility
Previously arrested for heroin possession in Los Angeles last January to then spend his time to undergo drugs treatment at the Impact House for 42 days, Leif Garrett now has to extend his stay there for another 30 days based on the result of his hearing progress held on Thursday, March 9. This proceeding of his case of violating the probation on his 2004 cocaine charge consequently crushes the '70s-era teen idol's desire to obtain an outpatient status he had asked before through his attorney, Andrew Flier, in order to spend more time with his mother, Carolyn Stellar. Garrett, who had been popular for song "I Was Made for Dancing", had been under rehab for two times that were in 1997 and 1999.