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Ill David Cassidy 'surrounded by family'

19 November 2017, 01:55 | Conrad Doyle

Legendary singer David Cassidy revealed his dementia battle earlier this year

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Actor David Cassidy is now hospitalized in Florida in critical condition with organ failure, his rep confirmed to ABC News. His publicist, JoAnn Geffen, confirmed his hospitalization, noting, "he is now conscious and surrounded by family". He has been in declining health for a while and has been open about his prior financial and health problems.

Cassidy kept touring and recording after his role as Keith Partridge ended in 1974, performing on Broadway in NY, in London's West End and in Las Vegas.

Cassidy, 67, is suffering from kidney and liver failure.

Cassidy has spoken publicly in recent years about his struggles with alcohol.


Cassidy was arrested for three DUIs since 2010.

The singer toured the world singing his hit songs, such as "I Think I Love You", filling concert halls with screaming teenage girls.

Cassidy is best known for his role as Keith Partridge in the '70s TV series and for his career as a pop singer.



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