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Damn it, cramps! US Weekly is reporting that Nicole Richie is apparently telling friends she was on Vicoden the infamous night of her wrong way freeway drive because of menstrual CRAMPS.
US Reports:
The celebutante is said to be upset over media reports that she's addicted to pills, and is insisting to friends that she only "occasionally" takes Vicodin once a month at the start of her menstruation cycle.
Richie is also unhappy that California cops listed her weight at 85 pounds on the police report because "she's so proud of her weight gain," says the source, who adds that Richie has gained about ten pounds in the last two months and actually weighs around 95 pounds. "She doesn't know where the cops came up with 85 pounds and it's annoying to her."
Ugh! Annoyed at the fact that she probably does still weigh 85 pounds and it came out publicly maybe. Also, I would question if someone weighing 85 pounds still even gets her period. Plus, if you've got really bad cramps, why not just get a prescription for a hella strong Ibuprofen dose or go on birth control? Would a doctor really prescribe Vicodin to someone who used to be addicted to heroin? AND, if you did happen to just "borrow" a Vicodin from a friend for your terrible cramps, why then go and also mix it with something and then get behind the wheel? Sorry kids, but as a woman (and we've all had really bad cramps before), the excuse is creative, but I'm not buying it.
Source: US Weekly


Blogger dish me the dirt... said...

This is what I'm talking about. All she does is make up these totally stupid fucking stories instead of just admitting she has a problem. What is wrong with telling the damn truth? I think the girl would get so much more respect.

11:42 AM, December 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah! Those LA cops have nothing to worry about except her correct weight.

That said, I think she's pretty, she probably had a gastric thing done, and it's preventing her from absorbing calories. Maybe that's wrong -- but going back to the first season or two of Simple Life, she was a little overweight.

And Vicodin once a month? That's a new one, but who knows.

11:45 AM, December 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll tell u whats wrong with telling the truth... she's never had to. When was the last time you heard of one of the "celebrities" (as if Nicole or any of her ridiculous friends actually have some kind of talent...) held accountable for anything? They get off easy every time by hiding behind high priced publicists and lawyers.
It's pathetic, but true.

1:28 PM, December 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am prescribed one prescription a YEAR for vicoden for menstraul cramps. I also take b.c. pills to help w/ cramping. That being said, I would NEVER mix it with anything, that is strong stuff, AND, I doubt that someone in the 5th percentile for weight would still get thier period. Plus, most Dr.s don't prescribe narcotics to former drug abusers.

5:29 PM, December 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not that she's ever admitted to using it (cough), but that's like Lindsay Lohan justifying a nasal habit as weight control.

6:50 PM, December 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


These vapid little tramps will never get it - never.

7:04 PM, December 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 85lbs. half a shot of whatever probably puts her over the legal limit.

7:13 PM, December 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What kind of docotor prescribes Vicodin for menstral cramps? Where do you people fucking come from? Take a Tylenol like the rest of the world.

7:42 PM, December 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Some people legitimatly need pain pills for Dysmenorrhea. Again have to be GETTING a period to have pain FROM a period!!

8:24 PM, December 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Vicodin is not an anti inflamatory pain pill and that is what you take to help with cramps. Do a google search on "dysmenorrhea and vicodin" and hardly any results come up that show it as a treatment.

Mayo clinic says:

You may be able to reduce your discomfort from dysmenorrhea by using an over-the-counter nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), such as aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, others) or naproxen (Aleve). Self-care strategies also may help relieve discomfort. For severe cramping, your doctor might recommend low-dose oral contraceptives to prevent ovulation, which may reduce the production of prostaglandins and therefore the severity of your cramps.

9:07 PM, December 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I get ovarian cysts, and still get bad cramps even though I am on birth control. My doctor did give me a prescription, but I know better than to drive with it!

11:26 PM, December 14, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How the hell does that women even still have a period?? I believe low body weight will cause a woman to go into amenorrhea (stopped periods).
She's such a liar.

7:52 AM, December 15, 2006  
Blogger DrDiSaia said...

That's classic. She's likely about to do jail time and all she is worried about is the weight the cops recorded on the police report.

The implants don't weigh ten pounds. LOL.

7:54 AM, December 15, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Drunk and Stupid is no way to go through life son."

- Dean Wormer
Animal House

3:44 PM, December 15, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I suffer from endometriosis and i get severe menstral cramps and stabbing pains in my pelvic area. My doctor prescribes me vicodin. I think you are extremely ignorant to think that its so rare for vicodin to be prescribed for menstral cramps. 20% of women suffer from this debilitating disease. And no, not all women have experienced pain that severe during there period so you cannot say you know what Nicole has gone through.

12:04 AM, December 20, 2006  
Blogger ASD said...

maybe she has really bad cramps cuz her body is shutting down from malnutrition

9:30 AM, December 20, 2006  
Blogger ASD said...

oh and for all the ladies on this forum who have severe cramps from periods and endometriosis, try using Natural Progesterone cream. usually an imbalance of hormones, namely too much estrogen and too little progesterone, causes a lot of female problems including ya'lls symptoms.

here is a link:
Natural Progesterone Cream

9:34 AM, December 20, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

if shes telling the truth, i dont blame her. cramps suck, and they can take over your life sometimes. ive missed over 2 months of school from them. during my period, my life stops while every normal person's life moves foward.

8:05 AM, December 21, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This "excuse" is so painfully lame, I need a pain pill! Endo pain and menstual cramps are NOT the same thing...and yes, it's pretty doubful she's had a period in the past year. All that aside, no legitimate physician will prescribe Vicodin to a former heroin addict for any reason. Period. If you need to use narcotic painkillers, STAY THE HELL HOME and off the highway!

It slays me that these celebs have plenty of money, yet after drinking and/or drugging they never seem to be able to afford a cab or a hired car (or even a sober friend) to safely drive them around like the rest of us peasants manage to do.

2:21 PM, December 21, 2006  
Blogger Unknown said...

well, we really will never know the truth, will we? it took my doctors TEN YEARS to take my cramp pains seriously -- meanwhile those cramps that can make me lose up to two weeks of every more (and i cannot take hormonal therapy AT ALL) -- finally i got the diagnositic surgery for end and then things got even worse. but for all those years, i was od-ing on otc medications just to pass out from "cramp" i mean it is pain so bad that i have self injured in order to try and refer the pain.

so if she is still having her period, i hope that she considers this diagnositc surgery with a very well-known and respected ob specialist...because if they don't do it right...the diagnosis can led to even more pain.

as for the vicodin, yeah, for the few days of my period, i need it...because the pain is so bad that jumping off a bridge or reaching in to pull out my uterus myself. so if what she's saying is true...a couple vicodin a month is not a big deal...well, unless you are poor like me an cannot see a doctor that will just give you a steady supply in short doses that can't be refilled for a month. then it means a lot of trips to the er and me wishing i had friends with heroin to stop the pain. but i don't an i've not done any illegal drugs. i have, however, broken my wrist trying to achieve referred pain (hint: don't try this).

honestly? the thing people need to be focused on is that she drove home -- and that's the real shame. i wish she'd been in a state of mine to home that night in another way...

9:32 PM, December 25, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have a disease called Endometriosis. In the worst cases, or in the case of some feminine disorders in which the pain may heighten during menstruation as with endometriosis, the pain can actually warrant the use of a narcotic. What I'm speaking about is an absolutely debilitating pain that unfortunately, some women like myself experience during their cycles. If you haven't gone through the worst of it and had surgery and fibroids, etc; you don't understand. Plus there is the issue of judging a situation which you do not understand the full scope of.

7:26 PM, December 26, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I find the concept of a, quote-unquote, eating disorder, to be incredibly offensive. I mean, seriously. I’m part East Indian and when I went there I saw people starving and begging in the streets for anything at all to eat. We live in a nation where we are fortunate enough to be able to eat three meals a day - and more - and these human toothpicks are afraid to have a snack because why, they won’t be pretty enough? Please. To classify not wanting to get fat because it isn’t fashionable as a disease is ludicrous. No wonder the rest of the world hates America - imagine, spoiled little starlets starving themselves to get on tv and forcing themselves to throw up food that other people would literally kill for. Get the hell over it and eat a damn cheeseburger, and learn to enjoy it, you dumb fucking cunts!

4:19 PM, December 27, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All these people keep coming on here and talking about endometriosis, like that is what Nicole has and why she took the vocodin. Don't you think that if she DID have endo, she would come out and say it so there wouldn't be negative press about the vicodin? Of course. The fact is she hasn't said a word because she doesn't have something seriously wrong with her except for being anorexic. If she had a real excuse, she would jump at announcing it to save face. She can't get a doctor to back it up,so she can't say she has it because she doesn't. She is just a pill popper, pot smoker who drove on the highway the wrong way, so stop making excuses for her please!

9:16 PM, December 27, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

First off, let me say that I am NOT a Nicole Richie fan, however, I am a 29 year old woman with endometriosis. I had several surgeries to try to 'excise' the offending tissue, and eventually had to have a hysterectomy, to attempt to control the pain. Please educate yourself on a disease before you make fun of a publicly.. endometriosis is in fact VERY painful, and is often not controlled by the majority of narcotic pain medications. I of course don't drink and drive on my meds, but if she truly does have endo, I can tell you that the pain is real. You may contact me for more information at

2:41 PM, March 05, 2007  

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