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music si hei lwli mabi INTERVIEWER (OFFSCREEN): How old were you when started taking drugs? AMY PROTHEROE (OFFSCREEN): When I first started taking.
Dope and valium and things like that, i was 12. CORNELIUS COLLINS (OFFSCREEN): I was 11 when I started smoking dope, then Valium and eggs and speed. AMY PROTHEROE (OFFSCREEN): When I started taking heroin I was 14. My mother started giving it to me.
Cornelius collins (offscreen): i was 15 when i started taking heroin and crack. I was dealing by the time I was 16 with my father. AMY PROTHEROE (OFFSCREEN): I was homeless when I was 12. And when I was 14, I went back to live with my mother, and within three months of going back to my mother, I was.
Taking heroin. She sent me to work in a parlour do you know a massage parlour when I was 14, wasn’t it? CORNELIUS COLLINS (OFFSCREEN): It was not a parlour. It was a fucking whore house, not a massage parlour.
Amy protheroe (offscreen): yeah. When I was 14, she sent me to work in one of them. CORNELIUS COLLINS (OFFSCREEN): That’s the posh word for them, isn’t it? AMY PROTHEROE (OFFSCREEN): And all the money that I was earning, I was giving to her and her boyfriend.
Cornelius collins (offscreen): that’s because people like us grow up with parents who are selling drugs and doing drugs, you learn where you live. AMY PROTHEROE (OFFSCREEN): You end up copying. CORNELIUS COLLINS (OFFSCREEN): Right. You end up kind of doing what your parents did, because you.
Think that’s what’s the norm. That’s what normality is to you. AMY PROTHEROE: Oh, oh. Amy Protheroe loves Cornelius Collins forever, 2008. CORNELIUS COLLINS: It’s just a little reminder to the world that she loves me.