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Jeremy Piven Demonstrates "Fishy" Behavior At Miami Restaurant

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You might remember a few months back when Jeremy Piven got mercury poisoning, thus causing him to leave the Broadway production of Speed The Plow, thus causing the producers to get super pissed, thus causing a bunch of court nonsense, thus, thus, thus, thus!

Well Jeremy was spotted in Miami this past weekend chowing down on both calamari salad and tuna tartare. Let me do a little math for you: tuna dinner + mercury poisoning= bad idea! 

Dr. Grace Keenan told OK! magazine:

“After recovering from mercury poisoning, a patient should be avoiding foods that are known to be contaminated with mercury, such as tuna, for at least three months.”

So there — doctor’s orders! Let’s hope Piven doesn’t have a relapse! We hear mercury poisoning is a bitch!

via: vegetarianstar.com

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