Macaulay Culkin Hooked On Heroin, Should Have Never Been Left Home Alone
Macaulay Culkin, the 31-year-old actor has allegedly been seen by many eyewitnesses using a deadly mix of prescription drugs and if he doesn’t get any help, they say his addiction will kill him.
According to a blockbuster new report in the National Enquirer, the Home Alone star shoots up heroin on a regular basis and also the prescription painkiller oxycodone and nearly overdosed once.
Culkin’s legal team denied the claims that he nearly overdosed and that he bought thousands of dollars of prescription drugs.
According to the Enquirer, Culkin spends up to $6,000 a month on other very dangerous painkillers, and has turned his apartment located in Manhattan, into his own private drug den where he gets high while he is alone or with his close friends.
Culkin’s drug use intensified about a year and a half ago, say the insiders, when he took a turn for the worst over his short-lived career and a shattered romance with the sexy Mila Kunis, who’s now dating actor, Ashton Kutcher.
Macaulay Culkin is hooked on drugs and it’s killing him!
Said a source close to the star.
Another close friend claims to have witnessed Culkin’s increasing drug use and said his friends are afraid for his life.
He’s been hooked for a year and a half, and his drug of choice is either heroin or oxycodone. Mac is surrounding himself with junkies and lowlifes. It’s a real tragedy.
Macaulay Culkin is surely dying. He’s addicted to heroin, oxyco done, Percocet and Vicodin. I have witnessed his drug taking, which has escalated over the past year and a half to the point where he needs serious help.
His closest friends fear that he’ll overdose or his heart will explode. If he doesn’t get help and enter rehab now, he could be dead in six months.
The friend told the National Enquirer that they hoped he would get help before something tragic happens.
It should have been a wake-up call, but it didn’t seem to have any effect on him. Mac is still partying hard. I pray that he finds the courage and strength to clean up before it’s too late.
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