Felice Fawn (Lauren Cook) did cocaine live on webcam on the night/morning of December 23rd-24th, 2011. It was a white Christmas for this anti-theist, indeed, and she made sure to tell as many people as possible (as though doing cocaine is anything to brag about).
She boasted about it on Twitter:
And on her Facebook, complete with a photo of herself alongside the fellow who allegedly gave her the blow:
Here are the Stickam screencaps that corroborate the fact that it was, indeed coke that she was snorting. To spare you from the brain-numbing inanity that is the Stickam chatroom, I have underlined the relevant comments. (You're welcome.)
Here she is in action:
Staring at the webcam while waiting for her next line.
She also thrashed her emaciated limbs around in a frantic, stereotypically coked-out dance while the three fellows accompanying her talked amongst themselves and more or less ignored her.
And then they did even more.
She got so amped up that she didn't seem to realize (or care) that her breast nearly fell out of her top.
And she even graced everyone with the compelling view of her filthy apartment floor. Oh, and her nether regions. But, that's nothing new.
Her younger sister, Nicola (seen at the bottom of this next screencap) saw her Facebook post and commented on it. Apparently, Lauren used to do cocaine in her teen years, with less than desirable results. (Not that doing cocaine ever yields positive results, by nature... but still, a telling comment.)
Her little sister seeing her boasting about doing the drug is just one reason that comes to mind when considering why posting about cocaine use all over social networking sites might be a bad idea. That should have made for an awkward Christmas with the family...
Someone commented on her heart to her boyfriend, Rich, who was present and also indulging.
It's interesting to note that last sentence: "I can assure you she won't be doing it again any time soon though." Apparently, they had a party at their flat on December 29th, just a few days after Lauren went on Stickam to broadcast their drug use, and cocaine was indeed present at this party. Just another example of how this couple lies about anything and everything in order to maintain the façade that everything is just fine in their debauched, codependent world:
Lauren felt the need to share exactly what she had been up to the morning after, when she ditched plans she had previously made with someone:
She couldn't just say "I'm not feeling well, let's reschedule." She had to be overly specific and boastfully share the dirty, illicit details. As though it's a point of pride, it seems.
Her Stickam was (obviously) banned for Terms of Service violation, as she had over 400 viewers at one point.
And here is her casually Tweeted reply in regard to getting banned for doing illegal drugs on Stickam.
"Hahahaha" indeed. How flippant. Doing cocaine = hilarious, according to Lauren.
She posted the following 2 .gif images on her Twitter, which really illustrate just how little she seems to care about the fact that she (publicly) did cocaine or about the repercussions that follow heavy drug use:
Despite the fact that she has a history of drug use, she seems to be treating all of this as one big joke. There's nothing cool, glamorous, or funny about any of this. However, what is funny is how this is coming from the girl who claimed to want a "more professional image" associated with her blog. True, she did not advertise her cocaine use on her actual blog (which hasn't been updated in some time), just her Twitter and Facebook, which are still linked to her name, of course. How can she claim to want a more professional image, then turn around and tell everyone that she's doing cocaine on Stickam? Is her need for attention that strong? Or has she finally given up on trying to be something she's not (responsible, professional, mature, kind) and is publicly embracing her real self? It's hard to say. One thing we can ascertain, however, is that she is in no place to be offering recovery support to anyone, for any reason.
As a final note to the cocaine debacle, this writer would just like to point out that Lauren still does have a few lingering followers hearkening from her ("secret") thinspo community days, and despite the evidence that has been circulating the internet for months now, many are still blindly loyal to her. (I would imagine because she has managed to stay thin, as she is still very much an active anorexic.) If I could ever dream up the worst possible role model for young girls suffering with eating disorders and low self-esteem, it is Felice Fawn/Lauren Cook, the narcissistic girl who keeps trying to run away from herself in the most self-destructive ways possible, and wants us all to watch her do it.