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When looking back on all the photos and runways Ive seen of Gia Marie Carangi I never would have suspected her life to have been so out of control and overwhelming Gias life didnt last long enough but for the time she was alive Gia experienced a lot and broke boundaries that were never thought of being broken Gia Marie Carangi gave a new meaning to the modeling industry catch phrase girl of the moment Gias life was amazing and touching to everyone that knew her name Gias childhood was intense and dramatic Her life experiences beginning at a young age were abnormal She had a yearning for something while growing up Gia Carangi grew up in Levittown in Northeast Philadelphia in the 1970s She lived with her mother father and two older brothers When Gia was six years old a neighborhood boy sexually abused her but she would not speak of the abuse until she was older When Gia was 11 years old her parents separated Gias mother left the family and moved out on her own Gia was depressed by her mothers departure and there were no other women around as a role model When Gia was around 14 she became a wild teenager There was a new rock band called Bowie which Gia and her friends were obsessed with Gia along with her friends started dressing wildly painting their faces and created crazy hair styles all to match Bowie Gia stated It was a crazy time to all be in high school I remember staying out all night on a weeknight and then hailing a cab to take me straight to school from the clubs Fried 32 Gia became a sort of icon at school people looked up to her No matter if they were gay or straight everyone fell head over heals for Gia She had been the first crush for many male or female Gia found
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