While imprisoned, Cameron relapsed and began using drugs again. Instead of getting the treatment for his addiction which would have addressed his craving, Cameron did what many other imprisoned substance abusers do.
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Suri gets almost as much press coverage as both presidential candidates. But, she's not running for office. She can't even vote. Or drink. Or smoke. Or drive. Or go on most amusement park rides. Because the girl is 6.
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Last year Mr. Douglas relapsed on drugs while serving his prison sentence. He was caught with very small amounts of opioids for personal use, including a single dose of a medication used to treat heroin dependence that he had obtained without a prescription.
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She's not even a week old, so the newborn daughter of Beyoncé and Jay-Z doesn't have a past yet -- except in the genealogical sense.
I have written about this many times here on The Huffington Post. But in reality, is an additional four and a half years -- two and a half more than the government sought to punish Cameron for his crime of addiction -- worth it?
Cameron did what many drug-addicted prisoners do when they are imprisoned. They seek to get high to escape the living hell they are in, even if it means breaking the law.
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