Misty Dawn Loman was born in Bowling Green, Kentucky. However, she is married to Gary Glass Jr. It’s unclear whether the couple is still together. Her two sons, Corey and Jacob, appear to be very supportive of their mother.
Misty Loman’s photos went viral after Adam Bieber, a Wisconsin sheriff, released a series of mugshots that went viral. Misty Loman, a meth addict who had been arrested for drug use, was photographed. The sheriff distributed the photos in an effort to keep others from consuming meth. Misty has since vanished from public view. Many people were captivated by her story and are now curious as to what happened to Misty Loman and where she is now.
Misty Loman, who was born and raised in Kentucky, was arrested in July 2019 for meth use. She had been in and out of jail fifteen times in her life, according to her own words. She went viral after Wisconsin Sheriff Adam Bieber inadvertently published her mugshots online.
The photos’ shock value, owing primarily to Misty’s unusual appearance, was intended to serve as a warning to drug users. The mug shots, however, only told one side of the story and did not reveal the true reason for her appearance. Misty, to her surprise, has turned her life around and is doing well in sobriety.
- Misty Loman cleared up the confusion surrounding her mugshot appearance and revealed the underlying health issues (lupus, cancer, and scleroderma) that altered her body.
- Misty’s drug use became out of control after she became depressed and traumatized as a result of the loss of three of her sons in infancy.
- Her long-term treatment was completed at the Sisters in Sobriety center in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
- Misty is 34 months sober and living a normal life with her dog as of today.
- Misty Loman has a number of autoimmune diseases, including lupus, bone cancer, and scleroderma.
Misty Loman explained that her appearance was more than just being addicted to meth after the infamous mugshots went viral. She had previously been diagnosed with a number of autoimmune diseases, including lupus panniculitis, bone cancer, and scleroderma.
Loman, who was 28 months sober at the time, explained her side of the story in a November 2021 YouTube video for Brandon Jarrett:
“I just wanted to clear up some confusion about my mug shots that went viral.” A sheriff went viral for saying, “If you do meth, you’ll look like me.” I simply want to update the truth about this. I actually have lupus panniculitis, a very rare type two of lupus that is similar to cancer.”
Lupus and scleroderma not only affected her skin on her face, arms, and scalp, but also her fat tissues. Furthermore, the chemotherapy she received while being treated for cancer caused hair and weight loss, which contributed to her extremely frail frame.
“I know for a fact that drugs made it worse over time,” she added, “but the underlying issue is that if you look at the photos and of lupus panniculitis, you will understand more.”
Misty described herself as having “reached rock bottom” after losing her home, family, and children.
Misty was at rock bottom a few years ago after losing her home, car, and family. Things did not get better for her as she battled depression after three of her sons died in infancy. One was born while she was still incarcerated and died shortly after birth.
Misty was diagnosed with lupus and scleroderma while grieving her son’s death and dealing with extreme stress. Soon after, she lost her twin sons, one of whom died in the womb and the other who lived for only 28 days after birth.
Loman told WBKO in October 2020, after being sober for 14 months, that her children’s deaths were caused by her illness and not by drugs.
“I’ve been traumatized by these tragedies.” I couldn’t make up my mind and saw no way out, so I turned to drugs and alcohol to mask the pain and feel numb. I was in a dark, scary place, lost, confused, and suffering from severe depression. I didn’t want to be alive any longer. “I’d hit rock bottom, the lowest point in my life,” she wrote in a statement obtained by WBKO News.
Misty was “broken in mind, body, and spirit” at the time and did not believe she could change her life. Despite being aware of the possibility of recovery, she was unable to persuade her mind to seek help and rehabilitation.
“I had no plans.” I planned to get high until I died. Doctors gave me a short time to live, and I spiraled out of control. I couldn’t see any way out. I was extremely depressed. I didn’t want to get out of bed. It got really bad when I lost all of my hair. I had lost my children. I was on the street. “I had reached rock bottom,” Loman added.
Misty recovered completely after finding solace in God and enrolling in long-term treatment at the ‘Sisters in Sobriety’ center.
Misty’s extended family and older sons, Corey and Jacob (now 25 and 18, respectively), had to beg her to seek help as her situation worsened. As a result, she received court-ordered long-term treatment at the Sisters in Sobriety facility in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and found solace in God. Misty had been successfully recovered by the time she was released in early 2021.
“Ask God if you are struggling and see no way out, and your mind, body, and spirit are broken.” Prayers are extremely effective. I can attest to it. Without God, there is no way I could have survived this. “God will help you in your hour of need,” Loman told WBKO.
She is still optimistic about life and believes that everything happens for a reason and that nothing happens by chance, claiming that the difficulties she endured served a greater purpose in her life.
“You may not notice it right away, but there will be epiphanies and confirmations along the way that will lead and guide you.” Everything had to happen for me to be the person I am today, I realize now. “I’ve grown a lot, and you have to go through the bad to get to the good,” she said in the video.
Misty has been clean for nearly three years and lives a normal life with her dog.
Misty recently told Brandon Jerrett that she was excited to try new things in sobriety and that she wanted to go out on her own.
“I’ve also learned that sobriety can be enjoyable as well as self-care.” To love yourself, you must practice self-care. Even on rainy days, I just look for the positive and the negative; that’s how I always get myself out of trouble. “Just remember that you can always be much worse,” she added.