Homeless Heroin Addict Gets Clean And Becomes A Millionaire

Homeless Heroin Addict Gets Clean And Becomes A Millionaire

“I’d finally reached the bottoms of all bottoms,” he said.

“There was no more digging left to do, all of my shovels were broken. I was done.”


He decided to turn his life around and get clean.

He had also joined Riviera Recovery, a transitional living facility for drug addicts and alcoholics in Malibu.


But what really helped him was when a friend showed him juicing and super foods.

He started making smoothies and bringing them to the patients and staff at the facility.


“It was meant to rejuvenate and strengthen the patients and give them some much-needed strength.”

“Lethargy in sobriety is pretty brutal, especially if you’re coming off a long run with hard-core drugs.”


Word got out about his great smoothies and soon residents from all over Malibu were showing up to try them.

Khalil saw how much the patients were benefiting from the smoothies and how much people loved them.


He knew what he needed to do.

So, along with his girlfriend and $50,000 in gold coins he had stashed from gambling, he opened up his first juice bar and called it SunLife Organics.



Now Khalil has his chain in six locations in Los Angeles.

His motto is to love, heal, and inspire, and he is doing just that with his memoir, I Forgot To Die.


He has risen from rock bottom to now being a millionaire, and he makes a point to only hire people who were once like him.



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