If you didn’t believe it before, you should know it by now. Collin Simpson truly needs help.
Earlier this week, we shared that bisexual adult film star Collin Simpson announced his retirement from GayHoopla/HotGuysF*** and possibly adult films altogether. The two main reasons being that he has filmed around 70 scenes for GayHoopla and because of his drug addiction.
But now, Simspon will have to say goodbye to this cam career too and fans say it’s because of the latter issue.
Last night, Collin Simpson tweeted out that he would be appearing on cam site Chaturbate to talk and give fans a show. But as Str8UpGayPorn reports (warning: site NSFW), that show was cut early after Simpson started acting strangely.
“The first 50 minutes of the live show are what you would normally see in a live show,” wrote Str8Up. “After returning from the bathroom, Simpson goes off camera into an area of the room behind his camera and computer. You can then hear Simpson rummaging through unknown items, the sound of a lighter flicking multiple times, and the sound of something being inhaled and exhaled several times.”
Simpson then reappeared in front of the camera and appeared visibly sluggish. He then returned to the off-camera spot and more flickers sounds were allegedly heard. Then for the last six minutes of the stream, fans looked on worriedly as Simpson sat down, spoke gibberish, waved his arms in the arm, leaned forward, closed his eyes, and appeared incoherent.
After the stream was cut off, fans reported his account and he was immediately banned from the site. Fans also tweeted at Collin’s, now deleted, Twitter account to express concern. While Collin denied being high on meth or heroin, he later deleted his Twitter account and created a second one to express his apologies to GayHoopla.
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— Pen_Pardee (@Pen_Pardee) June 22, 2019
While there are videos of the live stream and of the upsetting last six minutes of the stream, we have chosen not to post them here. Feel free to head to Str8Up’s comment section where fans have posted such content. (Again, site NSFW).
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