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Gregg Allman Denies Rumors He’s In Hospice Care

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Gregg Allman is denying reports that he’s entered a hospice facility.

Relix.com reported that Allman had reportedly entered hospice care on Monday, but the 69-year-old rock legend quickly denied the rumor on his Facebook page, saying that he was at his own home in Savannah, Georgia, resting on his doctor’s orders.

The hospice speculation came up partly because Allman announced last month that he would not be touring this year. He also canceled previously scheduled concerts for June, according to Rolling Stone.

No reason was given for the canceled shows.

Allman’s last performance was in October at the Lakewood Amphitheatre in Atlanta, Georgia, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

In recent years, Allman has suffered a variety of ailments, including an irregular heartbeat, a respiratory infection, a hernia and a liver transplant.

He’s also had problems with drug and alcohol abuse throughout his career, the latest being in 2012 when he entered rehab for medication treatment, according to Variety.

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Don’t Try To Stop Laura Muir From Taking Her Victory Lap

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Great Britain’s Laura Muir won her first championship gold medal when she broke a 32-year-old European Indoor Championships record in the 1,500-meter race on Saturday.

But when it was time for Muir to take her victory lap, a game of chicken ensued between the 23-year-old runner from Scotland and a stringent official.