According to reports from within the Vatican, Pope Francis has requested specifically to do cocaine during his upcoming trip to South America. But, in this case, the cocaine is perhaps not what you’d expect. What does that mean? Read on…to find out.
You would be hard-pressed to come up with anything that is more widespread and destructive in the United States today than heroin addiction. In June, Lifetime will explore one of the most common ways people find themselves trying heroin for the first time. Perfect High is a Lifetime original movie starring Bella Thorne as a suburban high school dancer who suffers a knee injury that requires that she take prescription painkillers. As is often the case, her use of painkillers soon turns to addiction, and heroin presents itself as a cheap alternative. Keep reading for more info about the movie (including photos), as well as some rather startling facts about heroin use in the US.
British college student Eloise Parry died at a hospital after doctors were helpless in preventing her from “literally burning up from within” because of blackmarket diet pills she ingested.
Two weeks after Charlie Sheen ended this engagement to Brett Rossi, the porn star was found unresponsive at her home from an apparent overdose last weekend. Find out what Charlie’s rep said about the incident and how Brett’s doing now…
Normally the term “cup of coffee” is reserved for professional sports, but the alkaloid reference also seems very appropriate to describe Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden’s stint in the Navy Reserve, which lasted all of nine months after he reportedly tested positive for cocaine less than two months after being commissioned an ensign.
The rapper and star of NBC’s The Voice had been accused of slipping an unnamed woman a mickey. A “Crazy” story? Yes, according to the accuser, who says she has no idea how she wound up naked in bed with him.
The two states are the only ones in the country–so far–to allow recreational marijuana use. And Washington has big plans for expanding its jubilant market.
A video of Jenelle Evans’ estranged husband Courtland Rogers shooting up heroin has been released after the site that was first offered to purchase it refused. The clip has been shared to show the real nature of heroin abuse following the recent overdose death of Philip Seymour Hoffman. See the clip and find out what Rogers, who says he’s now sober after his latest turn in jail, said about his addiction to the drug.