"Glee" star Cory Monteith is reportedly out of rehab and recently thanked his fans on Twitter for their support.
The 30-year-old actor voluntarily checked himself into rehab to battle substance addiction earlier this month. People magazine reported that Monteith and his co-star and girlfriend, Lea Michele, were seen at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday, April 26.
The report claims that Monteith completed his rehab treatment. E! News published photos of Monteith and Michele at the airport.
Monteith thanked his fans on Twitter for their support on Friday, writing, "Sending out big love to everyone. thank you for the continued support! It means the world to me! :)"
Michele also Tweeted on Friday writing, "Today is a great day:) Love you all! Xo."
In an interview with Parade magazine in 2011, Monteith said that he battled a "serious problem" with drugs as a teenager. At the time, he told the outlet he quit school at age 16 and was "out of control" and was doing "anything and everything, as much as possible."
According to Monteith, when he was 19, his mother and friends staged an intervention and he went to rehab for the first time. The outlet said he eventually quit his drug habit, worked as a roofer and then became an actor. "Glee," his first major TV project, debuted in 2009.