VIDEO – YOU CAN’T FIGHT YOUR WAY OUT OF A PLASTIC BAGGIE –
Sept. 19, 2022 – “It was all I cared about. All. Nothing else mattered, I worked in order to get drug money,” said Ashton Hunt explained.
She has been sober for three years. However, getting to this point was tough. Drug usage was apart of Hunt’s daily routing for 15 years. There was much pain, not only inflicted on her life but her family lives, too. This mother lost custody of her daughter, who was just one at the time. We asked her if she felt like a bad mother. Hunt answered, “yes.” A tough reality made even tougher by dependency of drugs. Soon enough, it was the constant substance abuse that led to serious consequences.
“I got a blood disease called endocarditis, which then I had to get my spleen removed; and then an aortic valve replacement,” Hunt said.