Season 2 Episode 1: Danielle | Transformations Recovery Podcast!


Roman and Cecily sit down with Danielle, OG skater, punk rocker, and addict in recovery. Danielle chronicles her experiences navigating the streets as a young Butch woman doing crime, skating, finding punk rock, and falling in love in LA in the 80s and 90s. 

“They put me with another Butch woman, her name was Cindy and she looked like Fred Flintstone. And across the hallway was my girlfriend and this girl, her name was Faith. She was a 15-year-old prostitute. One day she got fuckin’ caught up real bad with a john and beat the fuck out of and raped. Cindy had a crush on her. Cindy was so sad and like ‘fuck those motherfuckers.’ She’s like, ‘Danielle, you wanna do something with me?’ I’m like, ‘Yeah dude, whatever.’ Cindy came up with this plan to have Faith go and grab johns off Sepulveda, take ’em behind Denny’s and we would wait with baseball bats and when she got their fuckin’ pants down she would go like that and we’d drag them out and beat them and take their wallets and whatever shit they had. We did it to like 40 people before the cops got involved. And then we got busted. But we kinda felt like we took out revenge on these fools, you know?

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