'Glee' creator Ryan Murphy and stars have tweeted their support for Cory Monteith after the actor checked himself into rehab for substance addictions.
Ryan Murphy is ''proud'' of Cory Monteith for checking himself into rehab.
The 30-year-old actor - who plays Finn Hudson in the comedy musical - recently voluntarily admitted himself to a treatment facility for substance addiction and creator Ryan is impressed with Cory's brave decision.
He tweeted: ''I am so proud of Cory Monteith and love and support him 100 percent.''
Cory's co-stars also added their support with Kevin McHale writing ''Love you, Cory. So proud of you,'' and Jenna Ushkowitz tweeting: ''Sending lots of love and light to Cory. We love you.''
Chris Colfer tweeted, ''Anyone who helps themselves is a hero in my book.''
Meanwhile Dot Marie Jones called Cory ''the sweetest man'' and warned people not to judge others.
She wrote: ''We are - and always will be - here for you. I love you always. Stay strong. You never know what someone is dealing with in their personal life. Don't pass judgement.''
After Cory's admission to rehab was announced, his co-star and girlfriend Lea Michele issued a statement declaring her intention to stand by him.
She said: ''I love and support Cory and will stand by him through this. I am grateful and proud he made this decision.''
Lea later tweeted: ''Thank you all so much for all your love, support, and encouragement. It's means the world to us..''
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