Robbie Williams has left a U.S. rehabilitation center, his spokeswoman said Wednesday, but declined to comment on reports he had left early.
Williams has been in rehab for prescription drug addiction since Feb. 13 — the day he celebrated his 33rd birthday — but the singer is now in Los Angeles, where he owns a home.
The British tabloid The Sun reported he had quit his treatment at the Cottonwood de Tucson center in Arizona — described as the harshest rehab clinic in the United States — a week early.
Patients are required to share a bedroom with two others and undergo intensive group and individual therapy sessions at the $1,350-a-night center, the paper said.
The spokeswoman said in a statement: “Robbie Williams has completed his stay in Arizona and is continuing with an after-care program in Los Angeles.” She declined to elaborate.
One of Europe’s most successful entertainers, Williams rose to fame as a member of the hit boy band Take That before forging a successful solo career in the past decade.
Williams, who was born in Britain, has a history of struggling with addictions and was treated for drug and alcohol dependency after Take That split up in 1995.
His latest album, “Rudebox,” has had mixed reviews in Britain and sold just under a million copies in the United States.
His old band has re-formed without him and had a No. 1 single in the British charts over the weekend. Their album sits at No. 2 in the charts.
The Sun said Williams was now being cared for by his mother, Jan, who is a substance-abuse counselor.