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'Hoarders': Shanna's Home Filled With Human Waste, Says She Gets Rush From Eating Contaminated Food (VIDEO)

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The mess that cleaning expert Matt Paxton helped tackle on this week's "Hoarders" was so severe that he tweeted, "had to take a mental break after this one. I took 2 weeks off. and couldn't see my family right away. had to ease back in." So what could be so bad?

Shanna had been collecting her own waste for years. Her house was filled with containers and bottles filled with it. Her brother described the house as smelling worse than a corpse. On the scene, Paxton declared it "the grossest thing ever."

Even more disturbing, Shanna said that she got a rush from eating food with fecal matter on it, and was addicted to it. "I’m going to go ahead and eat some of the contaminated food and then the party’s over,” she said at one point, "To get high one last time."

The clean-ups continue on "Hoarders," Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on A&E.

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