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Jon Bon Jovi is still processing his daughter’s apparent heroin overdose, but has spoken publicly about it for the first time.
Bongiovi, 19, who was arrested Wednesday after a suspected heroin overdose in her Hamilton College dorm, benefited from of a 2011 New York state law that prohibits prosecution of an individual who overdosed or who called for help in a life-threatening, drug-related situation, according to the Kirkland Police Department statement.
She also faced two marijuana-related charges and misdemeanor use of drug paraphernalia, but those charges have been dropped as well.
Bongiovi was reportedly recovering at a hospital on Wednesday.
Singer Jon Bon Jovi's daughter Stephanie Rose Bongiovi was arrested for heroin possession in New York on Wednesday morning after allegedly overdosing on the drug.
The TV industry is stepping up to help victims of Hurricane Sandy. NBC plans to throw a star-studded telethon Friday night to raise money for the cause, while ABC is coordinating a “Day of Giving” on Monday.NBC’s hour-long telethon, dubbed “Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together,” will feature music by Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi, Sting and Christina Aguilera. Matt Lauer will emcee and Jimmy Fallon and Brian Williams will make guest appearances. The show kicks off at 8 PM on NBC and HBO and will also stream live on the web.
For those of you who don't know that Tuesday's death rumors have been put to eternal rest, here's Jon Bon Jovi enjoying the sights in St. Bart's while on a Caribbean holiday.
Bon Jovi, 49, tweeted a picture of himself the other day, to prove that he hadn't gone to the great New Jersey in the sky, saying, "Heaven looks a lot like New Jersey."
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi wants everyone to know he's alive and well, after a random blog post claimed the singer died of cardiac arrest.
The false report ignited a Twitter firestorm on Monday, but rest assured, Bon Jovi posted a photo of himself on his Facebook page with a sign that read, "Heaven looks a lot like New Jersey," along with the date and time.
In an "Extra" personal interview with action hero and family man Tom Cruise, the "Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol" star said how lucky he feels to be with wife Katie Holmes. Cruise gushed to "Extra's" AJ Calloway, "She's amazing."
Cruise spoke of his other movie, "Rock of Ages," in which he teamed up with rocker Jon Bon Jovi for some singing advice. We previously talked to Bon Jovi about his meeting with Tom, and the singer recalled, "[Tom] and I went out and he was very intense about how do you do this, and I was like, 'Relax man, you're Tom Cruise, you can learn to sing a song. Don't worry about it!'"
Sofia Vergara gushed about her "New Year's Eve" co-star Jon Bon Jovi, saying, "When I was like 15 years old I had his poster on the wall near my bed. So for me, to do scenes with him, I was like emailing my girlfriends from high school and they were so jealous."
The sizzling star of "Modern Family" stopped by The Grove to talk about the holidays and her new clothing line at Kmart. Vergara explained, "Now that my son Manolo is in college, [the holidays] are not as traditional as it used to be, but it's a lot of fun."