When asked about how she sees Depp's reputation today, Jacobs said that the star's 'lawsuits don't help, adding: 'I mean, they're endless.'
Tesia Britt was unpacking a grocery delivery with her 3-year-old daughter when, she said, she found a used crack pipe next to a package of pineapple juice.
Heard told Depp's lawyer Camille Vasquez it was "a device that I believe my sister had taught him to use in order to put the cocaine in."
Law enforcement say a stakeout of a suspected drug house led to the discovery of an elaborate smuggling tunnel and multiple arrests.
The two men were found dead in a vacant apartment in a building in downtown Los Angeles, with a substance believed to be fentanyl near them.
Krystle Hall said her son had been given a gummy by a classmate at Grand River Academy in Livonia, Michigan.
Australian police have launched an investigation into the bizarre circumstances.
The teen's mother is now advocating for clearer labeling on aerosol cans and more education about inhalants in schools.
During the ongoing trial, multiple allegations of drug use have been put forth by both Depp and his ex-wife, Amber Heard.
When it comes to the fentanyl crisis, J.D. Vance's language may be hyperbolic, but his concerns are devastatingly appropriate.
Kids are getting mixed messages. Marijuana use rates have increased––and there's no doubt that legalization has played a part.
During a testimony last week, another one of Depp's security guards spoke about the actor's use of substances and compared them to Jack Sparrow.
Adam Kordes, 34, has been indicted on a charge of cruelty to a companion animal.
From mushrooms at Coachella to "mega pints" of wine, allegations of both stars' drug and alcohol use have been plentiful— and sometimes gone viral.
Invoking a common playground urban legend, Elon Musk joked he could buy Coca-Cola after his Twitter purchase and "put the cocaine back in".
The bust at the Laredo Port of Entry in Texas uncovered nearly 1,761 pounds in a "mammoth seizure of methamphetamine," according to an official.
The controversial database "Weedmaps" shows users where they can legally buy cannabis across the U.S.
Danya Glenny and her caterer, Joycelyn Bryant, have been charged with tampering, negligence and delivery of marijuana.
Officers said a couple of crystal-like pieces fell out from a packet during the traffic stop in West Virginia. They subsequently found 4 grams of meth in the car and a passenger with 220 grams of the drug in his possession.
The U.S. remains mired in an opioid crisis, with dangerous synthetic opioids such as fentanyl dominating the illicit drug market and driving steep increases in overdose deaths.
Six Florida students were transported to Broward Health Medical Center after ingesting "an unknown substance," according to the Davie fire marshal.
The Ecuadorian authorities reportedly seized 210 tons of drugs during 2021 as part of their efforts to tackle trafficking.
"Large-scale seizures, such as this one, exemplify our mission priorities in securing the border," Laredo Port of Entry Director Alberto Flores said.
"Maybe a drug doesn't have to be a substance you consume, it could be to do with how an activity affects your brain," lead author Monica Barratt said.
Carlos Allen was arrested this year after drugs he sold were found to be the reason for 24-year-old Austin Elliot's overdose death.
The drummer died with 10 different substances in his body, including marijuana, opioids, tricyclic antidepressants and benzodiazepines.
Detectives had initially stopped the truck in Las Vegas for erratic driving, and K9 Nuggetz "indicated a positive alert for drugs which led to a search."
Police arrived at the port-a-potty after residents reported they heard a person screaming inside.
The most recent seizure comes as CBP agents continue to intercept illicit narcotics across the U.S.' borders.
Deputies said Alabama woman Amanda Malpas could be charged with murder following the death of her newborn baby.