Rivers aids friend after night on town
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Rivers arrived in New York with a bang after being traded to the Giants from the Cincinnati Bengals two weeks ago.
But a sober-looking Rivers arrived at Roosevelt Hospital's emergency room at 9:30am local time Friday.
He walked up to security, gave his name and went inside.
Roosevelt is the same hospital where a "highly intoxicated" Delmon Young of the Detroit Tigers was treated early Friday morning after he allegedly went on an anti-Semitic rant and scuffled with others outside his Midtown hotel.
At about 10:30am local time, Rivers was spotted leaving the hospital with an attractive, dark-haired woman in her mid-20s who was wearing heels and a short skirt, which appeared to be her clothes from the night before spent partying.
The unidentified woman appeared haggard, and her makeup was smeared after a rough night. Rivers protectively put his arm around her and walked her down the street.
When asked if he had seen Young in the emergency room, Rivers candidly replied, "I am dealing with my own problems." Then he and the woman sped away in a cab.
A few hours earlier, Rivers had been with a group at Lavo, where he met up with Bush. The two played football together at the University of Southern California.
Bush and Rivers, who did not appear to be drinking, held court until 3:00am local time at adjoining tables and across from Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, who was celebrating being the No. 1 pick drafted by the Indianapolis Colts.