An interview with a homeless woman in California revealed that she allegedly curbed her addiction to illicit drugs by putting herself in situations where she would get in fights with law enforcement.
The woman, who was allegedly in Los Angeles during filming, was interviewed by Invisible People, a YouTube channel that highlights homelessness across the Western world.
The interviewee claimed her journey began in Florida, where she was addicted to drugs, living a down-and-out life with her then-boyfriend, who is now her husband.
Seeking a change and politically motivated, the young woman contacted her ex-boyfriend, who was roaming the country at the time and going to protests around the states.
“We started touring the East Coast, basically, just going to protest after protest,” she said, with carabiners dangling from each ear and moving like wind chimes as she talked.
Accompanied by her boyfriend and ex-boyfriend, respectively, the female vagrant claimed that she got clean from drugs by engaging in the anti-police movement of the late 2010s/early 2020s.
“Fighting cops actually helped us kick dope,” she said. Which was really cool.”
However, every ride must come to an end, and she found herself living a long Skid Row in Los Angeles.
Interestingly enough, the comments were a mixed bag of anti-police rhetoric and sympathy— but mostly suspicion that she may still be using drugs.
“Those injection sites on her neck say otherwise,” one user wrote.
“She can’t be sober wearing THOSE earrings,” another chimed in.
“Awww being a punchy Commie junkie didn’t work out? These are the people who attacked kids and
burned down businesses calling it ‘protest,'” one user quipped rhetorically. “Clearly not sober, so hopefully it does its work on you soon.”
However, one user managed to sum up the situation quite beautifully.
“When the youth is not guided to purpose,” he wrote, “Anything will do.”
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