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  • “I think fame is harder when people have something to hide, but I’m very comfortable, and have nothing to hide.”
  • “I went to the University of Arizona. I stopped because I went there for two years and I felt like I experienced college or whatever. I’m over it. I like Hollywood better.”
  • “I’ve just gone through so much in my life that pulling my top up just doesn’t seem like that big a deal.
  • “I had lost relationships with my dad, my brother and sister and I was just like, you know what, this is definitely the time to just get it together and so that’s what I did.”
  • “Music is a huge part of my life, I enjoy every genre of music from jazz to country, and I even get down with a bit of hip hop. But my everyday music is classic rock. It’s what I relate to the most and where my heart is.”
  • “I would say my biggest mentor has been my father because he always has been. Actually both of my parents have always been ones to encourage me to be myself and stay true to myself and not fall into what other people want me to do.”
  • “This year has been full of lessons learned and soul searching and realizing I’m an adult. It’s time to take responsibility and not take the easy way out.”
  • “To me it was the epitome of caring about absolutely nothing, There were points when my mom would come home and scream at me about something, and I literally didn’t care about anything. It was like watching a really dramatic movie with the volume turned down. I thought I was getting away with everything, when the reality was that I was arrested three times and had five car accidents. Two were totals.” (Vanity Fair, 2006)
  • “I had to address it and say ‘No, I don’t have an eating disorder.’ I’ve never gone a day without putting food in my mouth. So I want to know why I’m the face of a problem.” (Nylon, 2007)
  • “I don’t have a clue why I’m famous, either. But I didn’t make myself famous. I’m not doing it: you’re doing it. But I’m going to live my life whether people are interested in it or not.” (Nylon, 2007)
  • “I’m so used to high drama and high energy all the time — I always sleep with the TV on.” (Nylon, 2007)
  • “You just have to go after what you want you want and if it doesn’t want you back, then, so be it – it doesn’t deserve you anyways.”
  • “When I pictured heroin I pictures some crazy crack-head with no shoes under a bridge,” she says, with a chuckle. “You never think that is going to be you. And it never was me. I was never under a bridge, and I always had shoes. But, of course, that’s not necessarily what a drug problem is. I just started off with marijuana, graduated to coke, then to prescription pills and then someone was just like ‘Do you want to try this?’ and I was like ‘Sure, whatever…’ When people were like ‘Don’t do it!’ I was just like, ‘Who cares? Fuck you…’ You have that visual of it being really dirty, and here it’s so glamorized and it doesn’t seem that bad because you’re at a nice house party. But it is. Doing heroin on Sunset [Boulevard] or on Pico [Boulevard]: it’s the same thing.” (Nylon, 2007)
  • “I remember the first time I tried heroin – there was a lot of vomiting.” (Marie Claire, 2007)
  • “i would rather get a colonic in front of everyone, than parallel park in front of anyone.” (Twitter, 2014)
  • “I am proud that my collections have received such praise, and I am even more proud to share the stage with so many talented designers.”
  • “I am naturally a thin person and I am 5’1″ and putting on five or 10 pounds, that looks like a lot on me.”
  • “Besides being responsible for myself, I’m now responsible for someone else. And I have to set the right examples. I have to really be someone that I would want my child to look up to.”
  • “I owe the baby [Harlow] my life. I owe this baby everything and I have a responsibility now.”
  • “When my dad divorced my mom it was kind of like him leaving me also.”
  • “I’ve always stayed really close with my mother and my father.”
  • “I mean I constantly had security guards around me when I was younger and I wasn’t allowed to go to the mall with a lot of my friends and stuff like that. And so, when I finally was able to sneak out, I would just really, really take it to the next level.”
  • “I never want to disappoint my parents, ever. They are people that I always look up to.”
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