Talk:Yohanna Logan

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I have taken out the part about her being a "former drug addict" for now as it is completely unsourced, and thus potentially libelous until someone does provide a source. Daniel Case 13:18, 16 April 2007 (UTC)

This should have been kept, it was in Scar Tissue and she has not disputed it, only asking for the changing of her name in the paperback version. If there was any dispute as to whether the drug use was accurate, she would've had it removed had Anthony Kiedis actually lied, which is unlikely when you consider how massive the lie would've been and how long they were together. This is enough to consider as proof. If anyone has the time, it probably should be put back in. Sky83 (talk) 12:57, 9 September 2008 (UTC)