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Milano Urges Troubled Stars To Try Sports

30 March 2009 12:06 PM, PDT | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Actress Alyssa Milano is convinced hard-partying Hollywood stars would avoid trouble with the law if they gave up their wild lifestyles and followed sports instead.

The former child star - who rose to fame in 1980s U.S. TV series Who's The Boss? - admits she could've easily become fodder for tabloid gossips.

But Milano credits her love of baseball with keeping her out of a bad crowd, in her new book Safe at Home.

She says, "In the craziness of growing up in this industry and being a child star, I always felt safe at home... The beauty about going to see a baseball game is you have 40,000 people concentrated on one result. So it's easy to leave everything behind and focus on what's happening - which is your team. I think that for me, if I had the choice of going to a club and (start) underage drinking, I chose the sporting event everytime." »

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