DENVER (KDVR) – Seven months later, life has changed dramatically for Carmen Tisch.
“I was a pill popper, heroin addict. I was in the methadone clinic for while,” Tisch said. “And when I got off the methadone that`s when I started drinking a lot. That`s when I was doing the bath salt.”
Tisch blames dangerous bath salts for the day last November when she walked into the Clyfford Still Museum, approached a painting valued at around $30 million and urinated while leaning up against it.