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FADED GLORY: The Suzy Perez Story [PHOTOS]

by on August 3, 2019
 

The Dominican urban supermodel, Suzy Perez was one of the most acclaimed and successful models of the US in the 90s. She was featured in many magazines for men such as ‘blackmanSSX’ and was in many music videos. She worked with celebrities like P.diddy and JLO.

But how did she end up like this? It is said that she was hired for an alleged Italian modeling agency (I can’t name her). but all this was an Italian mafia costume to be able to sell it.

All of that time while she was “under contract” she was tortured, raped and drugged multiple times by several men, she then disappeared after her “contract” ended with the agency.

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In 2005-2007 Perez was found on the streets of NYC wandering around and addicted to drugs (they don’t know how she got there), today she suffers from several mental and physical illnesses such as depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia.

Suzy is still alive today and she does have family. She has been seen on 181, Saint Nicholas and Washington St, NYC wandering around. (the pictures of the tweets are people just tweeting that they’ve seen her around on 181 st.nick).

Witnesses say that she dances to be given money and that she tells many people all of the things that happened to her while she was missing. She cries desperately, telling people that she was raped and that she is no longer beautiful. Her son has created a go fund me campaign for his mom.

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Meanwhile, Her nephew has taking to Instagram to explain that the family hasn’t given up on her. See below:

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  • Anymous
    August 4, 2019 at 12:41 am

    Her physical has changed a lot but if you see her in person she still has the same beautiful teeth and a lot of beautiful features the drugs have just made her very thin and in poor help . What a lot of ppl fail to understand is that when people quit drugs they go through extreme pain because of withdraw . It is not that “she doesn’t want help” she is Proably fearful of the pain . After a while using drugs you use to prevent the pain not to receive the high

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