Ben Cimons

recovering addict

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Recovering addict from Bethesda, Maryland, he is living in a recovery house in Wilmington, North Carolina

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Heroin addiction wasn't just  Philip Seymour Hoffman 's problem. It isn't just Hollywood's problem. It's America's problem.

Heroin Makes a Comeback

Heroin addiction wasn't just Philip Seymour Hoffman 's problem. It isn't just Hollywood's problem. It's America's problem.

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