Cameron Diaz Was Once “A Mule Carrying Drugs To Morocco” & She Had No Idea About It!

Cameron Diaz reveals he may have unknowingly smuggled drugs (Photo Credits – Wikipedia)

Hollywood star Cameron Diaz may have unknowingly smuggled drugs into Morocco.

Talking about her early days as a model in Paris, the 49-year-old believes she was once a “mule” for carrying illegal substances in a closed suitcase, reports was used as.

Cameron Diaz talked about her struggle to get a job before landing her breakout role in “The Mask” during an appearance on the ‘Second Life’ podcast.

“I started working as a catalog model and got enough money to move to Paris and get an apartment that I shared with a girl who is still one of my best friends,” Cameron Diaz shared.

“But I stayed there for a whole year and didn’t work a day. I couldn’t book a job to save my life,” the mother of one continued to tell. “Then I got a job but, really, I think I was a mule carrying drugs in Morocco – I’m God I swear.”

She continued: “It was the early ’90s, and they gave me a closed suitcase that contained my ‘dress.’ It was before the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) or anything like that.”

“I’m this blond-haired, blue-eyed girl in Morocco. I’m wearing ripped jeans and platform shoes, my hair is down – it’s really unsafe… I told them, I don’t know, it’s not mine Well, I don’t know whose it is,” she said.

“That’s the only job I got in Paris.”

diaz Said that she eventually left the suitcase with customs officials when she returned to France after a modeling job.

Cameron Diaz took a long hiatus from acting after the release of her film “Annie” in 2014, “focused on so many parts of my life that I wasn’t touching and that I couldn’t manage.”

After eight years, the actress has announced that she is ready to make her acting return for a new Netflix film titled “Back in Action,” which will reunite her with her “Annie” co-star. Jamie Foxx,

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