Nov 19, 2017, 1:54
David Cassidy is now in critical condition and suffering from organ failure in a Florida hospital, Us Weekly can confirm.
He continued his acting and music career for decades until his retirement earlier this year when he announced he had dementia.
David's family have apparently been arriving at the hospital to comfort him.
According to TMZ, David Cassidy, 67, is in an induced coma in a critical condition.
Cassidy, in an appearance on the talk show "Dr. Phil" earlier this year, opened up about the diagnosis, saying his mother and grandfather also both suffered from dementia.
"He is in the hospital and it's not looking good", a source told E!
The singer toured the world singing his hit songs, such as "I Think I Love You", filling concert halls with screaming teenage girls.
The former actor and singer is best-known for his role at Keith Partridge on the 1970s sitcom "The Partridge Family", which aired from 1970-1974.
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