Channel Seven star Andrew O’Keefe’s new life sweeping floors in rehab

Inside Andrew O’Keefe’s new life in rehab: The Fallen TV host now sweeps floors and has to take random drug tests, while praising his ‘band of brothers’ trying to get sober

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Troubled TV star Andrew O’Keefe looked like a new man as he congratulated his ‘band of brothers’ on their rehab graduation this week.

The 50-year-old former Deal or No Deal host has been the resident cleaner at Connect Global rehab center for the past four months.

For prom night, he manned the coffee machine and set the tables before paying tribute to his fellow ‘brothers’ onstage, complimenting them on their ‘honesty’ and willingness to introduce themselves to one another, reports The daily telegraph.

Troubled TV star Andrew O'Keefe looked like a new man as he congratulated his 'band of brothers' on their rehab graduation this week.  (He is pictured outside of court in March 2019)

Troubled TV star Andrew O’Keefe looked like a new man as he congratulated his ‘band of brothers’ on their rehab graduation this week. (He is pictured outside of court in March 2019)

“I just want to say to all the guys that are leaving: Thank you so much for what you’ve brought to this place,” said O’Keefe, who has at least two months left before he gets out of rehab.

‘Your absence… will be felt in our hearts because each of you has brought something extraordinarily special to this brotherhood.

And it will be a very different brotherhood, certainly a very viable brotherhood without you. So thanks guys. You are beautiful men. Go well.’

The 50-year-old former Deal or No Deal host has been the resident cleaner at Connect Global rehab center for the past four months.  (In the photo: one of the rooms of the facility)

The 50-year-old former Deal or No Deal host has been the resident cleaner at Connect Global rehab center for the past four months.  (In the photo: one of the rooms of the facility)

The 50-year-old former Deal or No Deal host has been the resident cleaner at Connect Global rehab center for the past four months. (In the photo: one of the rooms of the facility)

After nine previous attempts at rehab, O’Keefe’s recent stint in jail on assault charges prompted the Supreme Court to bail him out on the condition that he attend the Swan Bay rehab center for six to 12 months.

Channel Seven’s fallen personality’s life now looks very different from the ‘erratic and chaotic’ lifestyle he fell into over the years.

According to Connect Global, he starts his day at 5:30 am and calls himself “a good man” in the mirror.

For prom night, he manned the coffee machine and set the tables before paying tribute to his fellow 'brothers' on stage, congratulating them on their 'honesty'.  (O'Keefe appears in news footage from when he was released on bail to attend rehab)

For prom night, he manned the coffee machine and set the tables before paying tribute to his fellow 'brothers' on stage, congratulating them on their 'honesty'.  (O'Keefe appears in news footage from when he was released on bail to attend rehab)

For prom night, he manned the coffee machine and set the tables before paying tribute to his fellow ‘brothers’ on stage, congratulating them on their ‘honesty’. (O’Keefe appears in news footage from when he was released on bail to attend rehab)

O’Keefe then goes for a 3.5km run or walk with his “brotherhood”, before heading to the gym and having breakfast together.

After this, the rehab patients begin working their respective jobs at the facility, with rock ‘n’ roll legend Johnny O’Keefe’s nephew taking on the role of cleaner, which includes sweeping the floors.

He also takes several random urine tests each week, all of which must come out clean or he faces expulsion from the facility and a return to life behind bars.

The fallen TV personality's life looks very different from the 'erratic and chaotic' lifestyle he fell into over the years.  (Pictured: rehab patients participating in a weightlifting program)

The fallen TV personality's life looks very different from the 'erratic and chaotic' lifestyle he fell into over the years.  (Pictured: rehab patients participating in a weightlifting program)

The fallen TV personality’s life looks very different from the ‘erratic and chaotic’ lifestyle he fell into over the years. (Pictured: rehab patients participating in a weightlifting program)

Connect Global runs a men-only ‘drug and alcohol rehabilitation, education and training centre’ on a picturesque property adjacent to the Swan River near Port Stephens, NSW.

The rehab is being run by Ross Pene, who is a member of the C3 Spectrum Church in Anna Bay and the Longriders Christian Motorcycle Club.

Alongside O’Keefe, the center houses the likes of alleged motorcycle boss Matty Douet, real estate agent Matthew Ramsey and a top bank executive.

The rehabilitation is being carried out by Ross Pene, a member of the C3 Spectrum Church in Anna Bay and the Longriders Christian Motorcycle Club.

The rehabilitation is being carried out by Ross Pene, a member of the C3 Spectrum Church in Anna Bay and the Longriders Christian Motorcycle Club.

The rehabilitation is being carried out by Ross Pene, a member of the C3 Spectrum Church in Anna Bay and the Longriders Christian Motorcycle Club.

Along with O'Keefe, the center is home to the likes of alleged motorcycle boss Matty Douet, real estate agent Matthew Ramsey and a top bank executive.

Along with O'Keefe, the center is home to the likes of alleged motorcycle boss Matty Douet, real estate agent Matthew Ramsey and a top bank executive.

Along with O’Keefe, the center is home to the likes of alleged motorcycle boss Matty Douet, real estate agent Matthew Ramsey and a top bank executive.

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