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Cory Monteith Reportedly Always Went Back To Drugs When In Vancouver

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We were so sad to learn that it was indeed drugs that killed our beloved Cory Monteith.

How did someone with so many people rooting for him and helping him to stay clean fall off the wagon?

According to one source, the Glee star just fell in with the "wrong crowd" — and onto bad habits — whenever he was in Vancouver. The source says:

"The clubs in Vancouver would send cars to get him to come in, and once he arrived, there were always people who could hook him up. His former dealers would always know when he was in Vancouver and would make fun of him for stopping taking drugs, which made him do it again to appear cool in their eyes. It was as if he owed them something."

Ugh! Peer pressure?! We doubt it was as simple as that.

Cory's addiction lasted so long, he clearly was going to have a lifelong struggle with it no matter where he was.

We're just sad that the struggle resulted in such a premature death.

[Image via Mavrix Online.]

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13 comments to “Cory Monteith Reportedly Always Went Back To Drugs When In Vancouver”



  1. 1

    Well this is a bag of bullsh!t.



  2. 2

    Don't blame the city.

  3. Lady_Says says – reply to this


    3

    This is sad. I live near Vancouver, I love it but the city is crawling with drugs, even out here Ive never seen anything like it or so many addicts, and Im from London, England! Its a bad place to be in recovery.



  4. 4

    And this does not change such a tragic ending . . . .

  5. Ella says – reply to this


    5

    My husband suffers from addictions - you are told not to put yourself back into situations where you can become weak again. People, places and things. You have to separate yourself from the people, places and things that drive you toward your addictions. You have to potentially separate from long time friends, even family members if they are enablers, or don't agree or support you in your decision to remain drug and/or alcohol free. You can't go to and hang out at the places you used to, you can't put yourself in those situations. While it isn't a sure thing that you will use again, you are setting yourself up for failure. Such a sad story. Addictions are a life-long struggle, and you have to be strong at all times. RIP

  6. bull crap says – reply to this


    6

    Not that I knew him personally but they way he talked of his 'past addiction' and how he was lucky to be alive and such - I hardly doubt he would give into peer pressure from an old dealer. The only peer pressure he gave into was the voices in his head pulling him down.

  7. LookatYou says – reply to this


    7

    How can a city be blamed for addiction? He's been doing drugs since he was 16 and I'm sure he know how to get them in LA or where ever. Do you believe the crap you say? Or, you're trying so hard to get people to believe you are a "better man," that you'll say anything to try and look good no matter how dumb it is. You're the same old greedy bastard you always were just a few pounds lighter. Posting nonsense to get hits on you site and likes on FB is your main goal plain and simple.



  8. 8

    Where was the 12-Step RELIGIOUS AA/NA CULT'S "HIGHER POWER"?

  9. Nichole S says – reply to this


    9

    Well it explains why he went to many different AA meetings while he was there between 7/6 and his death. Seems like he tried to push temptation away and in the end he just couldn't. At least he did try.

  10. Mel says – reply to this


    10

    Pretty sure this is BS. How about you don't publish articles without proof? You have seemed genuine up until this point, but now I am not sure. All of these people crawl out of the woodwork for 15 seconds of fame, and you are driving them to do it. If you actually cared about Lea and his family, you wouldn't publish unsubstantiated reports.

  11. beynac says – reply to this


    11

    Vancouver and drugs go hand in hand. It's common knowledge and to the point it is 'normalized' in the city.

  12. Collu4 says – reply to this


    12

    Lea Michelle is such a bitch

  13. sharon says – reply to this


    13

    Please….lets not let people publish stories that not be confirmed or denied by Cory himself. His death is such a sad sad loss. Only Cory knows the truth behind everything and that went with him. What made him go back, something inside or maybe sadness or pain that was in his heart and mind. We don't know. Everything that looks great on the outside doesn't mean that it is that clear on the inside. Many of us, don't care our problems in the open, where people can see them. Many of have hidden feelings that we keep locked up in our hearts and our minds. Since this happened, I have always had a feeling that something was wrong with the whole picture but like I said, the truth went with that sweet sweet man. I only know one thing, he will be remembered with only fond memories as he touched so many hearts.