Following the footsteps of her 'Pretty Wild' co-star Alexis Neiers, Tess Taylor plans to complete a 12-month program at the rehab center.
"Pretty Wild" star Tess Taylor has checked into a rehab clinic in California to kick an addiction to opiates. The aspiring model is receiving treatment at the SOBA Malibu Recovery Center after becoming "extremely weak and exhausted from trying to detox and recover from opiate addiction," according to her mother Andrea Arlington.
Taylor's admission comes just weeks after her sister and TV co-star Alexis Neiers was ordered into a year-long rehabilitation program for breaching her probation following her conviction on a burglary charge as part of Hollywood's infamous 'Bling Ring' gang, which targeted celebrity homes.
Arlington tells TMZ.com, "Approximately two weeks ago after a lot of coaxing from (Taylor's) sister Alexis Neiers and myself, and after almost losing her life, Tess Taylor contacted Greg Hannley, owner of the SOBA Recovery center in Malibu and asked for help."
She plans to complete a 12-month program at the center.