For a person in the middle of a serious drug trip, hallucinations, confusion and raging emotions can make it feel as if he or she is teetering on the edge of insanity. In an issue of Marie Claire, singer Stacey "Fergie" Ferguson of the Black Eyed Peas describes a harrowing drug trip from crystal meth -- a drug known for its distressing psychological aftermath. I painted the windows in my apartment black so they couldn't see in," Fergie told Marie Claire, explaining that she thought the FBI was after her during her brief addiction to methamphetamines around
Jodie Sweetin has found a way to make money again. Hosting a pantsless dancing competition while addicted to meth didn't work out so well, but maybe she will find a larger audience of readers interested in her long and sordid affair with drugs she describes as both socially acceptable coke, Ecstasy and those better done behind closed doors meth. She tells all in her new book unSweetined.
The man had the child with him, according to KTVI. The child told the mother that Pendleton had hurt her. According to police, the child said the suspect forced her to participate in several different types of sexual acts.
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Burrous, 43, was found unconscious at a motel in Glendale, Calif on December 27, and later died at the hospital. The death has been ruled as accidental. The medical emergency occurred during a sexual encounter, the report specified.
By Daily Mail Reporter. A brave nine-year-old boy has given a graphic and detailed statement to Oklahoma police about his mother, who allegedly sexually and physically abused her three other children repeatedly as her friends paid to watch. Authorities in Beckham county were alerted to the accusations against Natalie Lynn Webb, 30, in August after a Department of Human Services investigator spoke to the eldest child and reported that Webb was 'selling sex' with her kids to other adults.
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This study examines patterns of use of prescription drugs and methamphetamine. We drew our sample from a study about active and inactive methamphetamine users and focused on 16 participants with a recent history of methamphetamine and prescription drug use. We collected in-depth interviews to explore relationships in use trajectory patterns.