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By the early 1980s, Weber had established himself as one of the best bowlers in the world, but his lifestyle saw numerous long binges of alcohol and cocaine use. In a 1985 Sports Illustrated article, Weber admitted to spending a four-week stretch on tour in a "complete blackout"—staying up for days on end with cocaine, and drinking a fifth of Jack Daniel's every night. Pete estimated he blew through about $150,000 between 1982 and 1984 on cocaine, booze and gambling. He entered rehab in March 1984, ending what his famous father called "eight years of hell". [3] Though Weber says he never used cocaine again, he would fall off the wagon multiple times with drinking.


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