Steve-O Says He Once Snorted Cocaine Mixed With HIV-Positive Blood

Written by Alexyz Liggins January 17, 2019
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In a recent interview former Jack**s star Steve-O shared some of his most desperate moments when it came to his drug habits.


Former Jack**s star Steve-O whos’ real name is Steve Glover recently sat down with Graham Bensinger to talk about his drug addiction and the moment he got to his lowest point.

“I had this drug dealer, he lived very close by. I had him in my phone as his first name and then ‘Everything’ as a sort of last name [because] he said, ‘I got everything,’” Steve-O said.

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During the interview, Glover shared his oldest memories of having a drink at age 8.

He shared a story of how his mother was concerned about peoples opinions so when he was little she would give him booze so he would not cry on flights.

Steve said his drug addiction got worse when he went to ‘Everythings home’ and snorted blood laced cocaine.

He shares that Everything would always inject himself with the white drug so there would always be blood everywhere.

“Over at the table, where he would weigh out all of his drugs, there was a very noticeable residue of cocaine,” Steve described.

“I went over to the table to scrape up a pile of cocaine to snort it, but as I had sat down looking at it, there was, of course, blood had been squirted. You could see, like, the little tiny little blood splatter on the residue,” he said.

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“This is how desperate and pathetic my addiction was, that I sat there, like, knowingly scraping up this tainted, like, blood cocaine and I sat there and snorted it, which is so f****d up. I snorted the blood of an intravenous drug user,” he emphasized.

Glover did share that Everything was indeed HIV positive, however, he has been tested so many times with the results always coming back negative.

Currently, the reality tv star is going on 11 years of sobriety.

Take a look at the interview below and let us know what you think!