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Pink Reveals Her Drug Past

Pop singer Pink has revealed that she used to be a heroin user.Pink started using drugs at the age of 13 after her parents divorced//. She finally stopped in 1995, reported

"Heroin is a horrible thing. I have seen first hand what it can do to people and it is not pretty. I was never that much into it to need treatment," Pink said.

"But if you are talking about drugs - you name it, I took it. I buried three friends from heroin overdoses."

She also had some advice for singer and known drug user Pete Doherty. She said: "It sounds like it is his way to be rock and roll. That is sad.

"It is not a good place to be but I do understand it. I hope he finds what he is looking for."

Pete’s girl friend and famous model Kate Moss was also earlier in news regarding her drug past. She however went and got herself admitted to a de-addication center and has now vowed never to take drugs.

(source: IANS

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