Breathing In Weed Smoke And Playing With Drugs: The Life Of Diddy’s Twins

April 11, 2013 / Posted by:

Kim Porter, the mother of Diddy’s twin daughters, has been sued by a former nanny who claims that the 6-year-old girls were always breathing in weed smoke and got into their mommy’s stash of white powder more than once. That’s like something straight of White Oprah’s book on parenting.

TMZ says that in the lawsuit, the former nanny Dawn Drago claims that Kim Porter toked up day and night and when she complained about how the smoke kept making her choke, she was fired and shown the door. Dawn Drago also claims in her lawsuit that Kim not only smoked the good shit while the twins were at home, but there were baggies of coke in the house and in the car. Dawn says that one time she was driving the girls to school and noticed that they were covered in some kind of white powdery substance. There was a bag of white powder and pills in the backseat and the girls got into it. Kim Porter said it was her “medicine” when Dawn asked her about it.

Dawn also says that Kim attacked and yelled at her several times. Dawn is suing for an unspecified amount of cash.

If this is true, then why didn’t Dawn Drago pick up the phone, dial the number to CPS and give them an anonymous tip? Also, if it is true, then somebody needs to slap Kim Porter’s velociraptor face. What kind of self-respecting cokehead leaves their stash around children? Everybody knows that children are nosy, will get into your stash and throw that white powder around everywhere. Kids are wasteful and they don’t respect the coke!

And that knock on Kim Porter’s front door is just from Lindsay Lohan coming to inquire about the nanny position.

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