Baifern Pimchanook known as the leading actress addicted to drugs
Believed to be the leading actress that’s addicted to drugs to the point she has to miss work and have someone else replace her, “Baifern Pimchanook” comes out to clarify this scandalous news at “Rattanakosin Festival” event…
This news I’ve heard about it for some time now. Mai and P’Klao my manager, called me about it too. I’m shocked, but personally I’m not stressed about it. But I’m worried about my mom and dad. They’re shocked, and called me. I explained to them and they believed me. It’s nothing.
This news is so damaging and harsh, it also said that you had to cancel work and have Mai Davika replace you
It was something we settled on beforehand. But P’Klao told me there had to be some small changes, so it went to Mai.
Has the news influenced your work?
I wouldn’t know anything about this; have to ask P’Klao about this. Majority of the time I’m at school, so if there’s work P’Klao would complete the negotiating part of it. I would just show up.
Having encountered news like this, does it stress you out since you’re role model to kids?
At first I was stressed out too. I didn’t know how my family would feel about it. When it turned out everyone was ok, I’m ok too. With time sooner or later the news will pass.
What has the university said about this?
My friends tease me. The professors see that I’m at school all 5 days, if I was addicted to drugs that would be difficult.
Let’s ask about you getting ordained into a nun
That’s right; it was for 3 nights and 4 days. Before this I went to become a nun too. By coincidence it was during the whole country thing, university was put on hold, so I went into nun-hood so to help bring the country to peace.
Was it your own intention to go become a nun?
Yes it was my own intention. I say and did meditation, although there were times I was detached. But after going, I felt more content. I feel in making merit for my parents, it has made my life better. If there are any other opportunities, I’ll continue to go.
Source: Rakdara | December 13, 2013