Redmond O'Neal Maintaining Sobriety On His Own: I'm 'Doing Really Good'

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Redmond O'Neal, Ryan O'Neal -- Getty Images
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It was one year ago that Redmond O'Neal, the son of Ryan O'Neal and the late Farrah Fawcett, was released from a year-long court ordered rehab stint.

Now, Redmond - with his dad by his side - reveals exclusively to Access Hollywood how he's maintaining his sobriety.

"[Sobriety is] wonderful," the 28-year-old told Access at the Third Annual American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards, where Farrah was honored with an inspiration award. "I'm doing really good."

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Redmond said he's maintaining sobriety without the help of a sober coach.

"I'm just doing it on my own," he said.

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The Third Annual American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards will air at 8 PM on October 30 on Hallmark Channel.

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