Following news from the Los Angeles County coroner’s office that Carrie Fisher died from sleep apnea, the full autopsy report now reveals the actress had cocaine, heroin, and MDMA in her system when she went into cardiac arrest on December 23, 2016.
It’s the season of music festivals, plein air drug markets with bands. But go easy on the hippies. Tennessee’s Bonnaroo Music Festival habitually has drug-related deaths–at least 13 since a 22-year-old reportedly intoxicated man was run over and killed while trying to cross the highway last year.
Using any kind of drug comes with some inherent risks, but there’s no denying some drugs are safer than others. According to this year’s Global Drug Survey, munching on magic mushrooms is one of the safest ways to trip.
Like a very large succulent plant, Scott Baio requires attention every once in a while—whether he’s telling liberal snowflakes to “grow the blank up” and quit with “all of your antics of Russia,” or coldly speculating that his former Happy Days costar Erin Moran died of a drug addiction and remembering her as an…
Perhaps you recall Rachael Leigh Cook’s memorable 1997 anti-drug commercial, in which she smashes not only an egg, but an entire kitchen, in an effort to illustrate the deleterious effects of snorting heroin. Now Cook and her egg-smeared frying pan are back—but the message is very different.
Yes, you read that correctly. Harry Potter! Arrested! Weed!
Harrison Garcia, who has been referred to as a “27-year-old schmuck” by his own defense lawyer, currently awaits trial in Miami, having been accused of illegally selling marijuana, Xanax, and lean. Garcia reportedly referred to himself as the “CEO of Purple Drank,” and his Instagram handle is muhammad_a_lean.
Data released by the United Nations find that the United States isn’t just first in the world in commissioning memoirs from Twitter users and putting cookies on sticks and frying them—we’re also first in overall opiate use.
One of the few things left to look forward to is the annual release of data that shows which European city is doing most of its cocaine supply, by scientists who determine such by analyzing the cocaine in various sewers. Usually it’s London, but this year, in an interesting twist, Antwerp is doing all the blow.
If you need a reason to never try the newish drug Flakka beyond the threat of zombie-like psychosis and/or acting like Helen Hunt from that After School Special about PCP, look no further from the clip above, which comes from a special episode of Intervention subtitled “Flakka’s Five Dollar Insanity.” Nine months…
Moschino is currently selling a collection full of pill prints, such as an $895 wool sweater dress at Saks, and a $745 leather shoulder bag at Selfridges, both from the line’s Spring/Summer ‘17 capsule line. It’s all clearly in designer Jeremy Scott’s oeuvre of attempting to whimsically translate the American everyday…
A man traveling from Thailand to Australia was able to make it through a 9-hour flight with 110 packets of cocaine hidden in his body, but—upon his arrival at the Sydney Airport—informed the police what he had done.
A 21-year-old woman in the small town of Hawley, Pennsylvania is facing life in prison for selling heroin to a person who then died of an overdose. Brittany Ann Banscher is being charged under a new initiative that’s aggressively targeting heroin trafficking in Pennsylvania. It’s part of a growing number of states…
Just because you’re smuggling $30 million dollars’ worth of cocaine in your suitcase doesn’t mean you can’t live it the fuck up before you get caught.
Barack Obama earned a new presidential record by commuting the sentences of 214 people this week, the highest number of shortened sentences in one day since 1900, according to a White House press release.
The busiest time at Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago isn’t Halloween or the Fourth of July. It’s the weekend of Lollapalooza, when teen festival goers—rather than chilling out to some Radiohead—are getting so fucked up on drugs or booze that they’re brought to the hospital in droves.
On Saturday, July 2, New Zealand authorities confiscated 35 bricks of high-grade cocaine, worth roughly $11 million, from two men at Auckland International Airport. As it happens, they discovered this illicit cache in an 881- pound, diamante-encrusted horse head.
In somewhat disquieting news, an extended-release ADHD medication called Adzenys has hit the market, making amphetamines even more tempting than they already are by delivering the drug in chewable, candy-flavored form. This should go well!
Authorities in Pike County, Ohio are still struggling to unravel a hideous mass shooting that took place Friday, when eight family members were shot to death at four different houses. The Ohio Attorney General said Sunday night that “marijuana grow operations” were found at three of the houses where the killings…
It was difficult to get Tom Sandoval on the phone for an interview.