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Tara Conner: Live from Rehab

WERNERSVILLE, Pa. – Welcome to Tara Conner’s new digs.

Here at this ritzy rehab center 70 miles outside of Philadelphia, the hard-partying nights that almost cost Miss USA her tarnished crown are no more.

There was no going home for Christmas, and New Year’s will be a quiet affair – nothing like what will be going on in the Chelsea clubs where she boozed it up with a way-too-fast crowd for a role-model beauty queen.

Instead, Donald Trump has holed her away here, at the 110-acre Caron Foundation, for a 28-day drying-out regimen.

As Tara’s former posse from Stereo nightclub parties the night away at their star-studded bash Sunday inside the Hudson Hotel, Tara will be settled into a quiet routine of therapy, chores, addiction education and group sharing.

She most likely will be in bed by 11 o’clock, sources close to the facility said.

An 11 o’clock bedtime makes sense, since she will be expected to be awake around 6:30 a.m. to start a day with back-to-back treatment sessions.

Conner left behind her fair share of male admirers in New York, but she won’t be courting any new suitors during her stay at Caron. The rehab program is gender specific and men and women are kept apart for the duration of treatment. Tara spends her days with other women in a quaint white clapboard house on the Caron grounds.

And don’t expect her to be treated like the beauty queen she was while she resided in a posh Trump-owned apartment on Manhattan’s Riverside Blvd. She eats her meals in the cafeteria with the other women in treatment and makes her own bed each morning.

She is also assigned chores, like mopping and cleaning.

Tara had been reluctant to admit that she has a problem with drugs and alcohol before she arrived here Dec. 21.

She tearily told reporters that she didn’t think she was an alcoholic, but that people should accept free therapy whenever they are offered it.

The program may be free for Tara, but someone, most likely Trump himself, is certainly footing the bill for her to “get better.”

Treatment at the Caron Foundation starts at $24,000 for the month-long stay.

Patients are typically restricted from having visitors for the first week, but Conner’s family from Kentucky is being encouraged by the center to visit her while she is there.

Caron places a strong emphasis on a five-day companion program for family members where they can learn about the disease of addiction and engage in group and family therapy.

No word on whether The Donald will be invited to join in.


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