It seems drug addiction and prostitution runs in the family of these pretty American sisters, Valeen, Amanda and Tiffany, as they take delight is shooting up heroin and getting high in their parents' home as well as selling their bodies to fund the habit.
Three Sisters Turn To Prostitution To Fund Heroin Addiction
These pretty sisters are all into prostitution so that they can get money to buy drugs.
According to the Mirror Newspaper, the siblings play around and joke just like any other gang of sisters but the trio have a dark secret - they are ALL prostitutes who are addicted to heroin.
The three girls started dabbling in drugs but now have to sell their bodies to fund the addiction that rules their lives.
While growing up, they were just the girls next door who had dreams of growing up to bigger things but along the line, they fell apart with the norms of life and became wayward. The eldest, Valeen, 27, was the most popular girl in school and was headed to college while middle sister Amanda, 25, was an homecoming queen and aspired to become a dental hygienist, and baby of the trio, Tiffany, 22, was a star athlete.
But their lives took a turn for the worse when they started daring each other to take drugs - and now shoot up heroin together and get high in their parents' home.
Valeen who lost custody of her daughter after injecting heroin in front of the youngster, said:
Once we found out that each other was using, we were, like, what the hell? We might as well all get high together.
The expensive addiction rules their lives - with Valeen and Amanda being forced to sell their bodies to fund the habit.
Heroin is my drug of choice. At first I was sniffing it, then it turned into shooting it, and now I need it.
Tiffany, who only recently was released from jail after being arrested for a fourth time on drug charges, was forced to start shooting heroin into her legs after all her other veins collapsed.
It's just a vicious cycle of misery.
It's been estimated the trio have shot up heroin 36,500 times.
Their mother, Linda who previously struggled with a cocaine addiction, said:
I can't look at my daughters ‘cause I hate them. They're disgusting. I'm embarrassed by them, I'm ashamed.
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