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March 1, 2010, Time Magazine: Portrait of a Troubled Teen

by Nathan Philips



Fans of the girl-group Boom-Boom Kitty, and hockey fans alike, are collectively holding their breath as they wait for news, good or bad, on the fate of young Yelina Moore, who three nights ago went on a wild rampage that culminated in a high-speed chase that ended tragically when the young teenager lost control of the vehicle she was driving and hit a parked car.

Friends and family alike are asking themselves: How did it come to this? How did such a promising young girl, with her life and her career ahead of her, go from being at the top of her game, to quitting the sport she loves, to breaking up the band she helped form, to forming a new group that is the antithesis of everything Boom-Boom Kitty stood for, and in the end, in an alcoholic, drug-induced haze, led the police on a high-speed chase that ended in an horrific, fiery crash?

Though her family and friends are refusing to speak to the media, the picture that is emerging is that of a troubled young girl whose estrangement from her mother has succeeded in tearing her life apart. The whereabouts of her mother are unknown, but it is hoped that news of her daughter's condition will reach her before it is too late . . .



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