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Thursday 10 July 2014

Cory Monteith leaves rehab

Cory Monteith

Cory Monteith was spotted looking happy with Glee co-star and girlfriend Lea Michele after leaving rehab.

The Glee actor was spotted after leaving the facility on Friday and was accompanied by his girlfriend Lea Michele.

Cory went on the programme on April 1 after a relapse of substance abuse issues and was seen his co-star and partner at LAX airport in Los Angeles, California.

Apparently he flew out of the Caribbean island Antigua to New York before meeting his love on America’s West Coast after another flight.

According to witness the pair looked happy as they wondered around the terminal building.

It comes as Lea apparently is eager to start a family with Cory.

“Not only does Lea want Cory to get better for his personal well-being, she also wants to get pregnant and she thinks that Cory is the one and would be a wonderful father,” a source told Hollywood Life. “And the sooner he is better, the sooner they can start a family!”

Soon after Cory, 30, entered treatment for his illness, Lea, 26, revealed that she would be by his side.

The star first met him on the set of their musical television show in 2009.

"I love and support Cory and will stand by him through this,” she said in a statement. “I am grateful and proud he made this decision."

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