Stephanie Pratt Memoir Delves Into Drug Addiction, Bulimia, White Nonsense

Stephanie Pratt, who’s only claim to fame is being a rich white girl featured on The Hills, is feeling the sting of being out of the limelight for many years, so she decided to write a memoir. Oh s**t, she’s apparently the star of another recent show… wait it’s on E4 and Esquire. Okay, that makes more sense, she’s still out of the limelight.

Her memoir was released on August 13th. Most notably, her memoir contains a section where she divulged information about her young addiction around age 14 to crystal meth. It’s blowing everyone’s minds, but let’s be serious. She was a kid in California with money to burn. It would be more mind-blowing if she wasn’t into crystal meth. She lamented,

“I didn’t care about anything. I could live or die, I didn’t care. I had nothing to get out of bed for, nothing was exciting.”

Mmm yes, the rich teenager way to deal with those feelings is definitely hard drugs.

“I was on the extreme level and addiction developed instantly. [I smoked] probably four times before school, then at snack… probably 12 or 13 times a day.”

Here’s a note, if someone’s high school has time for a snack, those invincible-feeling, hormonal bags of bad decision-making are probably not using that time for a snack.

Pratt also admits to the enjoyment of a little cocaine and the mixing of drugs that led her to blackout and steal $4,000 of designer clothes because she could. She described waking up handcuffed to a hospital bed, being flown home to her parents’ house and getting sent to her room. This was in 2006. When she was 20, she got to go home and was sent to her room by her mom.

Luckily for her, joining up with The Hills a year later gave her the boost she needed to feel important, as TV does. She talks about this being her impetus to stay off drugs. Leave it to TV to start a new problem, though! Pratt started feeling insecure that she was fatter than her costars, so she turned to bulimia and restricted her food intake.

Pratt is now proud to be living a healthy lifestyle and I’m very happy for her, but let’s be serious, what white nonsense is making this story into a memoir? All of it. It is all the white nonsense.

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