Cameron Diaz reveals a terrifying experience from before she found fame

American actor Cameron Diaz is widely recognized as one of the country’s most recognizable movie stars. After rising to fame at the age of 21 opposite Jim Carrey in Chuck Russell’s 1994 hit The Mask, Diaz cemented herself as one of the world’s leading talent, sex symbol and bankable stars.

However, in 2014, Diaz decided to retire from the big screen, instead focusing on her personal life and activism, including founding health and biotech startups and writing a 2016 book about aging and the body. She also married for the first time to musician Benji Madden and subsequently had their first child, a daughter who was born through surrogacy in 2019.

The famous actress has since decided to come out of retirement after recently appearing as a guest judge on the seventh season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. aptly titled “Back in Action” which will be released sometime in late 2023 or 2024. And given her return to the big screen, Diaz has decided to come out and reveal a chilling accidental drug dealing experience that happened to her long before she found fame.

Cameron Diaz may have been a mule who dealt drugs

In an appearance on the Second Life podcast, Cameron Diaz laughingly shared a horrific experience that happened to her while she was a struggling model in Paris in the ’90s, before she ever found fame.

On the podcast, Diaz revealed that she “didn’t work a day” in Paris as she “couldn’t book a job to save my life.” Instead, she found a job transporting “costumes” in a suitcase from Paris to Morocco across the Strait of Gibraltar. However, she strongly suspects that instead of costumes, illegal drugs were in the suitcase. “Really, I think I was like a mule transporting drugs to Morocco,” she said. “I swear to god. It was before TSA or something.” She added that she suspects she got this job because she was a “blonde, blue-eyed girl in Morocco” who wore “ripped jeans and platform boots.” She said it was all “really uncertain”.

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In addition, a customs officer in Morocco once actually asked her to open the suitcase. At that point, however, she dropped out. “Literally all the calculations in my head were running back like, ‘What the heck is in that suitcase? … I said, ‘I don’t know, it’s not mine, I have no idea who owns it.'” She finished by revealing, “That was my only job I ever got in Paris.” Though we did really shocked she couldn’t find work in the City of Lights – did you finally see this adorable photoshoot with 17-year-old Diaz that the Daily Mail dug up?