Lottie Moss imitated drug songs in a bizarre video filmed in rehab during her struggle with drug addiction.
The 24-year-old OnlyFans star connected with her fans via TikTok video after checking into an Arizona facility last month and revealed in a clip on Wednesday that she was suffering from a cocaine addiction.
Getting to the point, Lottie shared follow-up videos on Thursday in which she mimicked Lil Peep’s Suck My Blood, saying, “Baby, let me down like my drug.”
Weird: Lottie Moss imitated songs about drugs in a bizarre video filmed from her room in rehab during her battle with drug addiction.
Drugs: Getting to the point, Lottie shared follow-up videos in which she imitated Lil Peep’s “Suck My Blood” saying, “Baby, let me down just like my drug”
In another video with a kaleidoscope-style filter, Lottie danced to the title song of Euphoria.
The HBO drama starring Zendaya follows a group of high school students who struggle with drugs, love and money.
The series was recently criticized by the anti-drug organization DARE for “glamorizing drug use and sex”.
Captured: The 24-year-old OnlyFans star communicates with his fans from his room in rehab via a TikTok video.
In another video, Lottie joked that when she dates someone, she wants to listen to sad breakup songs, joking in the caption, “I’m not feeling well.”
Lottie’s clips came about after she shared a video lip-synching with someone else’s voice saying, “I’m very addicted to cocaine.”
In her caption, she wrote, “When people ask why I’m in rehab. Wild but true,” before stating that she had not taken a Class A drug for 18 days.
Filter: In the kaleidoscopic filter video, Lottie danced to the theme music of Eurphoria.
Addicted: The HBO drama stars Zendaya, which follows a group of high school students who struggle with drugs, love, and money.
Despite the influx of support from her followers, one of them commented, “Always copying your sister, I see,” alluding to the infamous photo of Kate Moss with lines of mysterious white powder.
The scandal saw the supermodel drop a number of high-profile brands, including Chanel and Burberry, before she ended up in rehab for “exhaustion.”
MailOnline has contacted Lottie representatives for comment.
Unhealthy: In another video, Lottie joked that when she dates someone she wants to listen to sad breakup songs, joking in the caption, “I’m not well.”
This came after Lottie’s father confirmed that the model was “doing well” in rehab while she was recovering from drug addiction.
The model confirmed that she signed up with the institution earlier this month and continues to update her profile with X-rated nude photos and videos.
After a follower accused Lottie of focusing more on her social media content than her recovery, Peter Moss told The Sun that his daughter was “all right”.
Peter also shares Kate with first wife Linda Shepherd. Lottie’s mother is model Inger, his second wife.
The influencer revealed Wednesday that he is in a substance abuse rehab facility at an unidentified facility in the United States.
Lottie, whose career took a very different trajectory from her sister’s, shared a series of TikTok videos explaining she was in treatment for a “drug addiction.”
Referring to the new HBO series Euphoria, which focuses on a group of drug addicted high school students, Lottie added, “I think I took the euphoria too literally, folks.”
‘I have a very strong addiction to cocaine’: Lottie admitted to a Class A drug addiction on Wednesday, but said she had been clean and sober for 18 days.
Lottie remains active on social media and continues to sell 18+ content on OnlyFans despite attempts to change her lifestyle – a fact that hasn’t gone unnoticed by her followers.
In the second post, she wrote: “R3h4b staff, when I go out for the 10,000th time to $mok3.[sic]’
In the video, she can be seen imitating, “Yeah, I’m going to smoke a damn cigarette today.” If you’re offended by that damn cigarette, you can jump off a cliff right now.”
After she shared the video, one follower commented, “In rehab but more focused on making videos? Not doing the necessary work….”, to which Lottie replied, “Recovery is different for everyone – have a sense of humor.”
If you need help dealing with substance abuse in the UK, please contact FRANK on 0300 1236600.
In the US, call the National Council on Alcohol and Drug Addiction, Inc. call 1 (800) NCA-CALL (622-2255).
Family: This comes after Lottie’s dad told her she’s “doing fine” in rehab as she seeks drug treatment (Lottie pictured with parents Peter and Inga in 2014)