No one is having a better Olympics than Simone Biles!
On Thursday, the pint-sized gymnast won her SECOND gold medal for Women's Individual All-Around. She already won the top prize for Team All-Around with the rest of the 2016 USA Olympic team.
While the 19-year-old is having a blast in Rio, life wasn't always so peachy keen.
When the Ohio-native was two, she was put in foster care because her mom — Shannon Biles — struggled with drug abuse. The athlete and her younger sister Adria were eventually adopted by their grandparents.
In an interview that aired on NBC, Simone's biological grandfather — Ron — criticizes Shannon for her "many problems."
Earlier this week, Shannon spoke out and is tired of being painted as an addict when she has been sober since 2007. She said: