March 9, 2007, - 11:51 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Aren’t you glad that blonde British starlet Sienna Miller is being promoted in fashion and celebrity mags as a role model for your kids?
Never heard of her? Well, you should take note, because she’s being pimped on your children all over American pop culture, and she thinks the drug culture is simply fantastic. (And that’s aside from her many nude photos, including one lesbian nude photo with another woman and a horse.) From the UK’s Daily Mail:
Actress Sienna Miller has sparked controversy by claiming that drugs are “loads of fun”.
Miller, 25, who recently split with fellow film star Jude Law, said she “loves” hallucinogenic experiences – describing magic mushrooms as her “drug of choice”.
And she admitted experimenting with morphine to “feel what heroin was like”.
Her remarks came in an interview to promote the new film Factory Girl, in which she plays Edie Sedgwick, the drug-addicted muse of Andy Warhol.
Asked why so many people experiment with illegal drugs, she says: “Cos they’re fun! They’re loads of fun!”
Describing her morphine experience, she added: “I took a pill just to feel what a safe way of taking heroin was like. I didn’t really feel a lot. I’m hardcore.”
Miller, who in the past has traded on her clean-cut image, said she spent a year in America researching her role as Sedgwick, the original 1960s It Girl, who became addicted to heroin before her death at the age of 28.
She denied that her research extended to her experimenting with heroin or amphetamines – Sedgwick’s drugs of choice – but said: “I still love a waterfall (a homemade device for smoking cannabis and other drugs) or the odd hallucinogenic drug.
“If I had a drug of choice, it would be magic mushrooms.”
Wait–you mean there’s a “safe way of taking heroin”? A celeb who does a movie on the harm of using drugs (the character she plays dies of an overdose), and she doesn’t get it. Only in Hollywood.
Supposedly, Al Qaeda targeted her on a recent movie shoot. Not sure why nor that she’d be missed.
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