Buckwild's Salwa Amin arrested on her...

Buckwild's Salwa Amin arrested on heroin charges

There are 101 comments on the Examiner.com story from Mar 28, 2013, titled Buckwild's Salwa Amin arrested on heroin charges. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

"Buckwild" MTV reality star Salwa Amin has been arrested again. TMZ reported on Wednesday, March 27 that Amin was arrested earlier today in West Virginia on a bench warrant that stems from her previous arrest during a drug raid that found oxycodone and heroin.

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Sherry

Knoxville, TN

#84 Apr 2, 2013
Addiction is a disease brought on by ones own self. I don't feel that my tax dollars should keep these people up due to disability because of years of drug abuse. Most people are on the welfare system when they are doing these drugs. My tax dollars have went to keep them up during those times. Now they are disabled and can't work because of their drug. Abuse. And here we go again keeping them up for the rest of their lives because of their ignorance. I know a person right now who has a child and husband. The husband just got out of jail with no incentive to work. Hasn't even looked for a job. She is strung out on God knows what and receiving Medicaid and food stamps and I'm sure alot more. She too has no job. She had been on meth and her teeth have rotted out. She gets her teeth replaced. Guess who foots the bill for that? Tax payers. I am a tax payer and I'm tired of these Low life drug abusers being provided with a place to live, food, electricity and a phone.
No name

Charleston, WV

#85 Apr 2, 2013
Sherry wrote:
Addiction is a disease brought on by ones own self. I don't feel that my tax dollars should keep these people up due to disability because of years of drug abuse. Most people are on the welfare system when they are doing these drugs. My tax dollars have went to keep them up during those times. Now they are disabled and can't work because of their drug. Abuse. And here we go again keeping them up for the rest of their lives because of their ignorance. I know a person right now who has a child and husband. The husband just got out of jail with no incentive to work. Hasn't even looked for a job. She is strung out on God knows what and receiving Medicaid and food stamps and I'm sure alot more. She too has no job. She had been on meth and her teeth have rotted out. She gets her teeth replaced. Guess who foots the bill for that? Tax payers. I am a tax payer and I'm tired of these Low life drug abusers being provided with a place to live, food, electricity and a phone.
I understand your feelings as they are. I also agree that too many working people are struggling to keep their heads above water, financially speaking, while individuals who don't work and who have NEVER worked, live better in a lot of ways (free health care, food stamps, WIC, checks for everything, utility assistance, housing, etc.). I don't condone anything like that, but I do know there are lots of people who are deserving of the help/assistance, and can't help their situations. Those are the people whom the assistance programs were originally intended, but our government has decided to extend these programs to people who are lazy, good-for-nothing's.... People who find any reason at all not to work or contribute to society in any way. I believe that a gal on welfare with one child should not have a 2nd child, UNTIL she can support the child herself. Stop spreading your legs and get a damn job! Guys, keep it zipped or be prepared to pay!
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Soldier Girl

Point Pleasant, WV

#89 Apr 2, 2013
Opioid is not a disase wrote:
If opioid addiction is a disease that would mean cigarette smoking/ nicotene addiction is a disease. That sounds ridiculous. It is surely 10 times harder to quit smoking cigarettes than it is to stop ingesting opioids, whatever the avenue of delivery to the bloodstream is for the user. If you want to stop, stop. Salwa decided not to stop, probably because she figures her Daddy will come to her rescue again with his money to keep her out of trouble. Wonder how the payments on that second mortgage on his house are feeling now that she is right back in jail for not abiding by the terms of her initial release? What an idiot. She needs to rot in jail for selling what she was - and there's no better rehab than sitting in a jail cell.
Did her Daddy really bail her out? What's her story anyway, nationality, college degree, siblings, parents occupation?
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My girl

Clarksburg, WV

#91 Apr 3, 2013
Don't sweat these people giving you a hard time, Salwa. You can come live with me up here in Clarksburg. There are plenty of drugs in this town.
You can do what you want, as long as we are together!
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Spleens_lost_son

Alexandria, VA

#93 Apr 3, 2013
Sherry wrote:
<quoted text>you are a complete dumb ass if you think I get all my money back at the end of the year. I paid 29k in federal tax last year and received a refund of 9k. That means 20k of my money went to the programs for low life's. We all understand what the difference in disability and ssi is also. We don't need your stupid input.
Lol maybe part of went for these programs but I'd venture a guess a good percentage of it went for defense.
Shell

Mission Viejo, CA

#94 Apr 4, 2013
Sherry wrote:
If people had to actually work for a living instead of showing their ignorance on tv they wouldn't feel like doing drugs! The bad part is she will waste all the money she has made from the show and then my tax dollars will be keeping up her trashy ass. Self inflicted addiction problems . You know everybody thought this show was so cool because it showed these kids glamourizing dangerous acts, drinking and partying, and unprotected sex with anybody who would give it to them. This is the result of ignorance. These kids need jobs and school to keep them busy! I am sorry for shain and his family. Maybe this will open the eyes of the cast members and they will realize that what they do is far from cool.
You are a moron. You know nothing about these kids lives other than what you have seen on TV or read on the internet. The only thing you are right about is that they are kids. The show was filmed during summer, so obviously they are going to go out and do a bunch of fun stuff and mess around, have parties, go off roading, etc. Its summertime, a break from school, that's what they should be doing. For all you know, the rest of the year they are going to school getting an education and figuring out what they want to do with the rest of their lives. Either way my point is, YOU DON'T KNOW. Your sitting here showing off your ignorance talking about something and someone you really don't know all that much about. And I'm sure all your tax dollars are going directly to "her trashy ass." You don't know why she started doing drugs in the first place. In most cases there is something deeper to someone's addiction. She could have been molested when she was younger, been made fun of growing up which lead her into depression which indirectly leads her to using, she could have gotten hooked on opiates for medical reasons (which is true in my case.) "Self inflicted addiction problems." That might be the case for some, but not for everyone dealing with addiction. Again though, my point is YOU DON'T KNOW. They are kids, let them have a little fun while they are young. They have their whole lives ahead of them to work and have a career where they won't be able to do this kind of stuff anymore. So let them enjoy it while they can. Its not the result of ignorance at all, its just young adults being young adults. In my opinion, YOU are more of a result of ignorance. I would hate to be your kid, and if you have kids I feel sorry for them. You sound like your 45 years old. Go get laid, take that stick out of your ass, and get a fuckin life instead of watching a bunch of kids on TV and then judging and criticizing them when they are going through problems and hardships. Have some compassion for people, both dead and alive, whether its a direct result of their actions or not. REALLY get to know someone, walk a day in their shoes before you start to put them down. And if you just don't like them at all and think their ignorant, stupid, or anything like that then don't watch the fuckin show or waste your time and energy talking/complaining about them and looking them up on the internet. Go get a fuckin life...what was your purpose in coming on here and talking shit on her or any of the other cast members?
Its really just pathetic and ignorant of you....but your a "taxpayer" and apparently you think that makes you better than anyone/everyone else.
Lahoo-saher

Charleston, WV

#95 Apr 4, 2013
Soldier Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
Did her Daddy really bail her out? What's her story anyway, nationality, college degree, siblings, parents occupation?
She graduated from George Washington High School in 2008. She was really quiet in High School and acted nothing like she did on the show (FAKE). She attended WVSU Tech in Montgomery, somehow earned a bachelor's degree in accounting (probably because her Dad is a professor there in accounting). When she got busted for selling oxycontin and heroin, her dad put his house up to post her reduced from $200,000 to $100,000 bond. I know she has a little brother, who is nothing like her. She claims to be Bengali (Bengal) and Indian (she says that's why she's sooo smart). LMAO Her father is a professor at WVU Technical Institute, like I said above. Not sure what her mother does for money. According to the WV State Auditor's Office website, MD N AMIN earned $63,300.66 working for WVU in 2012. I'd say he won't be able to afford much more of her shenanigans. She's a complete screw up these days. I do know her family is completely ashamed and beside themselves over the whole situation.
Lahoo-saher

Charleston, WV

#96 Apr 4, 2013
*WVU tech, not WVSU
Shell

Mission Viejo, CA

#97 Apr 4, 2013
When you bail someone out though, you only need to pay 10% of the bail amount. So they owe 10,000 to the bail bondsman. Most likely, they set up a payment plan and as long as her parents or someone is making those payments, their house will be fine. Even though she got arrested again, as long as the bondsman gets the payments everything will be fine.
Jay

Washington, DC

#98 Apr 4, 2013
Salwa is a pretty girl sucks she is puttin her self through such a dirty situation. Good luck to ya salwa your welcome to stay at my hous anyday haha ;) waves from VA
Idiot detector

Charleston, WV

#99 Apr 4, 2013
Sherry wrote:
Addiction is a disease brought on by ones own self. I don't feel that my tax dollars should keep these people up due to disability because of years of drug abuse. Most people are on the welfare system when they are doing these drugs. My tax dollars have went to keep them up during those times. Now they are disabled and can't work because of their drug. Abuse. And here we go again keeping them up for the rest of their lives because of their ignorance. I know a person right now who has a child and husband. The husband just got out of jail with no incentive to work. Hasn't even looked for a job. She is strung out on God knows what and receiving Medicaid and food stamps and I'm sure alot more. She too has no job. She had been on meth and her teeth have rotted out. She gets her teeth replaced. Guess who foots the bill for that? Tax payers. I am a tax payer and I'm tired of these Low life drug abusers being provided with a place to live, food, electricity and a phone.
,,,, agree with everything but ,, addiction is a disease!!! Drugs are a addiction!!
hahahahah

Charleston, WV

#100 Apr 4, 2013
Shell wrote:
<quoted text>
You are a moron. You know nothing about these kids lives other than what you have seen on TV or read on the internet. The only thing you are right about is that they are kids. The show was filmed during summer, so obviously they are going to go out and do a bunch of fun stuff and mess around, have parties, go off roading, etc. Its summertime, a break from school, that's what they should be doing. For all you know, the rest of the year they are going to school getting an education and figuring out what they want to do with the rest of their lives. Either way my point is, YOU DON'T KNOW. Your sitting here showing off your ignorance talking about something and someone you really don't know all that much about. And I'm sure all your tax dollars are going directly to "her trashy ass." You don't know why she started doing drugs in the first place. In most cases there is something deeper to someone's addiction. She could have been molested when she was younger, been made fun of growing up which lead her into depression which indirectly leads her to using, she could have gotten hooked on opiates for medical reasons (which is true in my case.) "Self inflicted addiction problems." That might be the case for some, but not for everyone dealing with addiction. Again though, my point is YOU DON'T KNOW. They are kids, let them have a little fun while they are young. They have their whole lives ahead of them to work and have a career where they won't be able to do this kind of stuff anymore. So let them enjoy it while they can. Its not the result of ignorance at all, its just young adults being young adults. In my opinion, YOU are more of a result of ignorance. I would hate to be your kid, and if you have kids I feel sorry for them. You sound like your 45 years old. Go get laid, take that stick out of your ass, and get a fuckin life instead of watching a bunch of kids on TV and then judging and criticizing them when they are going through problems and hardships. Have some compassion for people, both dead and alive, whether its a direct result of their actions or not. REALLY get to know someone, walk a day in their shoes before you start to put them down. And if you just don't like them at all and think their ignorant, stupid, or anything like that then don't watch the fuckin show or waste your time and energy talking/complaining about them and looking them up on the internet. Go get a fuckin life...what was your purpose in coming on here and talking shit on her or any of the other cast members?
Its really just pathetic and ignorant of you....but your a "taxpayer" and apparently you think that makes you better than anyone/everyone else.
kids are under the age of 18. all these are adults
Shell

Mission Viejo, CA

#101 Apr 4, 2013
hahahahah wrote:
<quoted text> kids are under the age of 18. all these are adults
Yeah I know, but they are still so young, that a why I actually corrected myself a little later and said young adults.
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Toby

United States

#103 Apr 4, 2013
Geesh I hate hearing she is back in jail.. I really liked her on the show. I thought she was hilarious.. She must be really addicted & not just using recreationally, because I don't see her getting out of jail on Bond & giving up that big opportunity with MTV & the Buckwild show.. Because they had already started taping it the first of March, she failed a drug test March 27th.. I'm like wow weee ooo!!! Ppl would give their right arm to have just a slither of an opportunity like that, and she gets it, and pisses it away... So she has to be addicted, to do something so stupid.. She had the opportunity of a life time! So sad... Does anyone know what happened to the 2 guys she was with, that got arrested with her the first time? Did they bond out too? And are still out? Or did they never get out the first time!
bump

United States

#104 Apr 4, 2013
Sad
hmmm

Charleston, WV

#105 Apr 5, 2013
Shell wrote:
When you bail someone out though, you only need to pay 10% of the bail amount. So they owe 10,000 to the bail bondsman. Most likely, they set up a payment plan and as long as her parents or someone is making those payments, their house will be fine. Even though she got arrested again, as long as the bondsman gets the payments everything will be fine.
I was under the impression that if you skipped you court hearing the Bail Bondsman would require the other 90%.

Also, "Amin's bond was later reduced to $100,000. Reports say her parents put up their home to pay for the bond and she was released from jail."
Link here -
http://crime.about.com/od/famousdiduno/ss/rea...
copout guard

Hollywood, FL

#106 Apr 5, 2013
tomuch wrote:
Addiction is the disease and opioid addiction as well as some others actually change the way the brain functions. You can actually see the difference in the brain scan. Also the physical dependence on opioids is very painful and nothing like trying to quit smoking.
That's not a disease. That's self inflicted brain damage. A disease is something you contract, inherit genetically, or just acquire. Again, addiction is not a disease. The term disease was irresponsibly attached. I am a nicotine addict, but I haven't had one since I found out I'm carrying a child....what happened to my disease?
schrodinger

United States

#107 Apr 5, 2013
copout guard wrote:
<quoted text>
That's not a disease. That's self inflicted brain damage. A disease is something you contract, inherit genetically, or just acquire. Again, addiction is not a disease. The term disease was irresponsibly attached. I am a nicotine addict, but I haven't had one since I found out I'm carrying a child....what happened to my disease?

There is a big difference between dependence and addiction. Also there are genetic markers that can show if your likely to be an addict. And the "brain damage " your talking about can be seen before a person has ever touched a drug although after using some drugs for a prolonged period there are also differences in the brain.
schrodinger

United States

#108 Apr 5, 2013
copout guard wrote:
<quoted text>
That's not a disease. That's self inflicted brain damage. A disease is something you contract, inherit genetically, or just acquire. Again, addiction is not a disease. The term disease was irresponsibly attached. I am a nicotine addict, but I haven't had one since I found out I'm carrying a child....what happened to my disease?


Also some people get cancer from smoking but not everyone who smokes does. It works the same way with drug addiction not everyone who does a drug gets addicted. Also there are genetic markers that can tell if your likely to get cancer as well. I could do the same type of comparison with type 2 diabetes, heart disease and the list goes on.
haha

Seymour, TN

#109 Apr 5, 2013
copout guard wrote:
<quoted text>
That's not a disease. That's self inflicted brain damage. A disease is something you contract, inherit genetically, or just acquire. Again, addiction is not a disease. The term disease was irresponsibly attached. I am a nicotine addict, but I haven't had one since I found out I'm carrying a child....what happened to my disease?
finally! Someone with some sense! Users take up for other users because it makes them feel better about them selves. They tell each other is okay to be an addict because that's what they are.

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