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Kim Kardashian is known for her commitment to clean living – the reality TV star eats well, exercises and avoids alcohol. 

This is why it was so surprising to fans when she revealed that she has dabbled in ecstasy in her past – specifically during two major moments. 

On Sunday night's episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, she told Kendall Jenner and Scott Disick that she was using the drug when she made her infamous sex tape, and when she got married to her first husband. 

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I got married on ecstasy the first time,' Kim said, in response to Scott asking about a story of Kim going to an amusement park when she was high.

'I did ecstasy once and I got married.'

Kim married music producer Damon Thomas in 2000 and the couple divorced in 2004. 

'I didn't know you got high,' little sister Kendall responded. 


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Referencing the sex tap she made in 2003 with ex-boyfriend Ray J, which went viral in 2007 

 'I did it again. I made a sex tape,' Kim said. 'Like, everything bad would happen.'

Fans are applauding Kim for being open about her past, while other are shocked at the revelation. 



Gardaí have discovered €100,000 worth of ecstasy near Ballisodare, Co. Sligo.

The discovery was made last week, on October 3. 

Gardaí are appealing for the public's help following the finding of the massive amount of MDMA. 

The drugs were found around noon on the day in question by a man walking his dog. 

The drugs were bundled in a package which contained both pill and powder forms of the drugs. 

The ecstasy has a confirmed street value of €100,000.

Gardaí are appealing for anyone who may have visited the Glenwood, Ballisadare area in the days leading up to October 3.

They ask that anyone who noticed any unusual activity in the area, to contact them at Sligo Garda Station on 071 915700.



The recently released Global Drug Survey has revealed that Irish people use MDMA more frequently than in any other country. 

The data in the survey is based on nearly 120,000 submissions from over 50 countries, who were polled on their use of illegal substances and alcohol. 

Ireland tops the charts, with people using the drug for an average of 15 days across the entire year. 

The study also had some interesting insight into the ways in which Irish people use the drug, which is considered a Class A substance in many countries.

An average of 64 per cent of Irish females and 53.1 per cent of males take a quarter or half of an MDMA laced pill to start with in the under 25s age bracket.

Over 70.3 per cent of females and 62.7 per cent of males also choose to assess the strength of the drugs by consuming a small amount before taking any more.

MDMA pills in Ireland sell for an average of €7.10, while a gram of the powder substance costs €46.50, according to a Mixmag report.

Of the roughly 25,000 MDMA users from around the world who took part in the survey, 1.2% sought emergency medical treatment after taking the drug.

According to the survey, 'MDMA remains one of the most popular illicit drugs in the world and is mainly used recreationally by people attending electronic dance music events.'

If you feel that you or anyone you know is having problems associated with MDMA or drug-taking, you can contact the Irish Drugs Helpline on 1800 459 459 to find out about options in your area.


After her infamous arrest last week, Blac Chyna has admitted to being drunk at the Austin International Airport, but according to TMZ, pills were found in the model's luggage which she is claiming weren't hers.

The police found two pills with designs on them in her sunglasses case and a field test revealed that it was MDMA.

Sources close to Blac say she has no idea how the pills ended up in her case and she didn't even pack her own bags for the trip to London.

She also claims that her usual assistants were not with her, and a "different person packed for her," which is leading to her framed theory, reports the website.

It was also claimed that Chyna is bewildered about the drugs because the type of pills that were found are uncommon. She says that nobody has used that type of ecstasy for years, and favours the powered form instead.

The model also alleges that she would have no idea how to get access to that type of drug and she plans on using the "it's not my drug" defence if she's charged with possession. 

Ah, Chyna, what have you got yourself into. 


A number of young people were hospitalised in Cork this morning, with psychoactive drug use as the suspected cause.

Gardaí were called to a house in the south side of Cork city during the early hours of this morning. According to reports by RTÉ today, one 18-year-old man is in a stable but critical condition, with several others also remaining at Cork University Hospital.

It's believed the group had taken 2C-P, a 'head shop drug' which is often used as an ecstasy substitute.

Cork's 96FM this morning reported that Gardaí "came upon a man lying naked on the road in the Greenmount area" before entering the house.

A statement by the HSE said the drug "is thought to have been one of the new psychoactive substances similar to those products previously sold in head shops."

The HSE added that "these drugs can be sold in tablet, powder or liquid form and are consumed at parties or clubs for their stimulant, mood altering and in some cases, aphrodisiac effect."

It goes on to warn about "possible contaminated ‘party pills"’ and advises people not to consume any unknown substances they may be offered.