The Rolling Stones member has also ordered a sofa and mountains of boxes and bags of Habitat furnishings for the flat in North London, and he has also moved in the easels to paint portraits of the Russian girl. Wood had been admitted to the Life Works Community Centre in Old Woking, Surrey for his drink, drug and sex addiction, and had just finished his first six-week stage of rehab.
Even though he has been released from the centre, he is still an outpatient there and he has to live with an addictions counsellor to keep him on the wagon as part of his course. After leaving the centre, he was spotted having coffee with Ivanova before heading into the new flat on September 2 evening, and they were later seen leaving with another woman in Wood's silver Mercedes.
The aged rocker was again seen leaving the flat with the same woman on September 3. The guitarist's treatment will now concentrate on "reintegration" into the outside world, where he is made to realise and accept the consequences of his actions. "Ronnie has done very well and has been clean since he arrived," the Sun quoted A Life Works source as saying. "The job is now to adjust him back into everyday life without him feeling the need to hit the bottle or anything else," the source added.