David Cassidy In Critical Condition ... Organs Failing

Tomas Mccoy
November 19, 2017

Cassidy, in an interview with CNN in 2014, said his trouble with alcohol was "very humbling and it's also humiliating".

David Cassidy, the wildly popular '70s heartthrob who shot to fame when he starred and sang in TV's "The Partridge Family", is in critical condition with organ failure.

In "The Partridge Family", Cassidy played a young man named Keith whose widowed mother formed a touring pop band with her children, including himself.

Earlier this year, David revealed his battle with dementia.

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The former "Partridge Family" actor's rep added that Cassidy was in an induced coma but that "he is now conscious and surrounded by family".

People reports Cassidy, 67, was in a medically induced coma but is now conscious and accompanied by family members in a Florida hospital.

The publication claims he "needs a liver transplant soon or he could die". I want to love. He made 10 albums for The Partridge Family, as well as more than eight solo albums and 24 singles.


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