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A year-old woman, who goes by the name Legendary Baby Bleu, has been a prostitute in Reno since she was 16 when she was attending Hug High School. Last year, she decided to leave an apartment she shared with her ex-boyfriend and she became homeless.
Today, she shares her experience of trying to leave prostitution behind and the difficulties she has encountered on the streets. While Baby Bleu is set on improving her life, she must overcome the difficulty of homelessness and prostitution being what she has known since she was a young teenager. Before moving to Reno, she recalls moving between shelters with her mother in California. When she came to Reno, Baby Bleu attended Hug High School, but academics did not keep her from becoming a prostitute before graduation.
Baby Bleu returned to California, but only temporarily as she was arrested around a dozen times and required to do community service. Eventually, a judge and social worker advised her to do her work legally in a brothel. You're not going to your friend's house around the corner, and I'll be right back Legendary Baby Bleu had been off of alcohol and cocaine for six weeks when Our Town Reno reporters spoke with her, but she is still homeless, seeking refuge after leaving the apartment she shared with a former boyfriend.
Baby Bleu avoids shelters and moves between motels or hidden outdoor spots. I try and go somewhere with a public restroom, and that way I can wash my face up real quick and do a little makeup or something with my hair," she says of her early morning routine. Luckily, I can still go to the Eddy House a drop-in center on 6th street for street adult youths , as I'm still under They have a shower there, and they also have food and groups. Finding a regular job has been another struggle for Baby Bleu.
She spends much of her time in local libraries building her web presence and working on personal projects. Legendary Baby Bleu has been making an effort to turn her life around. Grant Denton is a peer recovery specialist and program developer at the Life Change Center non-profit organization in Reno. Before devoting himself to helping others; however, Denton had to first help himself. A property in downtown Reno is getting a makeover, forcing some of its residents to look for more affordable housing.