‘Queen of Versailles’ family turn attention to drug epidemic after losing daughter

After Victoria Siegel overdosed at just 18, her family, famous for attempting to build America’s largest mansion, devoted themselves to honoring her memory by taking on the opioid epidemic.

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28 thoughts on “‘Queen of Versailles’ family turn attention to drug epidemic after losing daughter

  1. Maybe her insecurity came from the Mother never having enough plastic surgery, clothes, jewelry, furs, cars or the Father's inattention. Don't kid yourself, these parental pigs are making money on their daughters death

  2. When i watched the show at the beggining i was like damn it would be nice to live like that , then i saw all the Kids basically being raised by nannies, the dad in his own room worried about bussines and Jackie also on her side, doing botox or buying uneccesasry stuff, didnt seem like a nice lifestyle after all … so empty there was so much missing , this is when you realize money canot buy everything in the world

  3. I’m so sorry they lost their daughter. Wealth did not cause her overdose. Drugs don’t discriminate…they can affect people both rich and poor. It’s very admirable that this couple are active in fighting drug abuse in the midst of their grief.

  4. Unbelievable that “narcan” is the answer to those thousands of overdoses. The problem needs to be remedied at the root. This is such a sick society, I am so greatful for not being born in America and not raising my child there. What a f-d up place to live.

  5. Hard times create hard people. Hard people create easy times. Easy times create easy people.easy people create hard times. Don’t surround kids with high priced things. Rather teach them to earn value and respect.

  6. If you are not grounded, you dont genuinely treat others with care and respect, and you dont live within your needs, AND dont work to have a relationship with your kids/ family/ friends/ or loved ones…i feel for them in the lose of their child- but again these moralities are important to live, important to see others, and not thru the so called chase of a dream* may blessed energy be with this family to change how they live, and help others truly, and to heal.

  7. "maybe you can publish my teenage journal and bump up your career." daaaaaaaaaaaaaammmmn. I think we all knew exactly where she was coming from. to this day, I still don't by jackie's "tears" of mourning.. everything she says and does is for the cameras.

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