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Social Distortions Ex Drummer OD’s in Front of Son – WTF?


Ok I am just really bothered by this, and I am sure that if I was high it wouldn’t but since I am not, I am REALLY bothered by this.

Casey Royer, Social D’s ex drummer from back in the day(Royer launched his career in 1979 at age 21), overdosed in front of his son while the two were watching TV. Now I am not clear if he was shooting dope while sitting in front of his son while watching TV or did the dope somewhere else and then came to watch TV, where he then succumbed to the overdose.

So Royer is now in jail with no bail, his son may be taken away from him, and what a great example he just set. If my daughters were taken away from me, the miracles of my life, I would be so heart broken. Not to mention my daughters would be heart broken too to see their dad arrested, taken to jail and then not being returned to me, because of drug addiction.

Hi Son, 12 years old, ran tot he neighbors and called an ambulance and the police. Royer was taken to a nearby hospital where doctors were able to revive him, while cops at the scene found drug paraphernalia, including needles. Soon after being revived Royer was arrested and taken to jail, and faces serious consequences including child endangerment.

All of you still on the pills, trying to survive with children, do them and yourself a favor, and get off. Please?

Casey Royer, Social D's ex drummer OD's

Casey Royer, Social D's ex drummer OD's

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  1. Justin says:

    I have been on and off this site for a while now Larry. Constantly telling myself, do it tomorrow, do it the next day. That day never comes it seems, for me it was literally a slap in the face, to know what I have become. I literally just turned 21, and have had an opiate problem for a while. I’m not going to say I’m as bad as some people, because I feel I’m just not as strong as some of the ppl on here who have gone through such a deeper and darker withdrawl Than I can imagine like myself. I started early this past summer just because I liked the feeling, replacing the endorphins lost from going to college n no longer playing a high level of hockey n getting the emdorphines. I have been doing a lot lately, last Saturday I took 22 v 10s, and have consists ly had atleast 8 tens a day since the summer. I just want everyone to know on this site I feel for you. This is a horrible experience. I hit rock bottom yesterday when I was on a binge, I took my dads percocet and he knew, 11 perc 5s( nothing for an addict). Well he found out n confronted me. I feel more depressed, not bc I was caught, because he was thst disappointed. Today I passed up opana, perk tens and just now almost binges on codein cough syrup. This forum has made me resist all that. I drained my bank account on gas an whatever I could buy today(400$) just so I can’t be tempted. This site has brought me to a place where I know I can have my future. I was lined up for medical school till I fucked around last semester. I’m not giving into this garbage lifestyle. I know what it’s like to know Uve basically disappeared off the planet, spend countless hours searching, finding and feeling good. Well felt good for 19 years till I stsrted to dabble in this. I just have one question for u Larry. Can u say your 100% no need for them , or do u stil get the urge. The urge is tough to confront, and I want to know what u do to contain yourself from being impulsive. Idk how I did it tonight, but I did. Probably was bc of my dad, but I want some advice on how u consisttently say NO!

    1. Larry C. says:

      Justin, I get urges mostl y to drink. but any addict who says they don’t ever get urges is lying. all adicts get urges at some p0int or another unless they stay vigilant. Your addiction is disease thats doing pushups in the corner, just waiting for you to have a weak moment.
      I go to Narcotics anonymous. I do several meetings a week. when I first started I was going to meetings everyday. you are surrounded by others who are in the same position as you, who understand you and who will help you make it through a tough spot
      An addict alone in his head in in a bad neighborhood.
      stay in touch and do what you gotta do. chase your recovery like you chased your bag.

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