He has also had a solo music career and appeared in the reality television series Celebrity Rehab 1 and 2 and Sober House 1 and 2.
Town, Esquire Age: 42 (8/23/1974)Occupation: Music - Singer Most Famous For: Founder and Frontman of Crazy Town "[Cutter's] family is from the South.
In 2010, Binzer fronted the group, Shifty and The Big Shots.
They released their first single, "Save Me", on July 6, 2010, and followed it up with the single "City of Angels". In 2011, Melissa filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. On March 27, 2011, police responded to a report of a domestic disturbance between Binzer and his girlfriend.
Sober House 1 Binzer also appeared on a follow-up show titled Sober House. On the show's final episode, Binzer is shown in the preliminary stages of being signed to a record producer for a new song, and resolves to stay sober.
However, on July 25, 2008 while shooting scenes for the show, Binzer was insulted at a club and responded by walking out on production and embarking on a heavy relapse. Drew, Bob Forrest, and several of his housemates, he treated his relapse like a game and sent everyone coded videos on his My Space about his current location. Drew, eventually sought out Binzer at a motel and brought him back to the rehab facility. Sober House 2 On the August 30, 2009 episode of Loveline, Dr. On 29 March 2012 Binzer was admitted to hospital after losing consciousness.