Bath Salts Caused Denver Woman to Urinate on $30 Million Painting

Bath Salts Caused Denver Woman to Urinate on $30 Million Painting

36-year-old Carmen Tisch, who was caught urinating on a $30 million Clyfford Still painting in December, now says that bath salts caused the episode. Tisch says she remembers nothing from the day she staggered into the Clyfford Still Museum, attacked the painting and then peed on it.

Tisch, a recovering pill popper and heroin addict, added that she spent time in a methadone clinic. After the methadone, she says she began drinking heavily and then got on those dreaded bath salts. She says she woke up in a jail cell a few hours after her bender with no recollection of it. When police told her what she had done, she was horrified.

Attention folks: leave the bath salts alone. They will temporarily rob you of your soul.

[via NY Daily News]

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