Unearthed letters suggest martial arts icon Bruce Lee used hard drugs


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Actor Robert Baker allegedly supplied Bruce Lee (pic) with drugs including cocaine, LSD and cannabis from 1969 until the star's untimely death in 1973 at 32. Photo: Filepic

Newly discovered letters from late martial arts icon Bruce Lee suggest that he was a secret drug user.

British tabloid The Sun reported last week that the handwritten letters to fellow actor Robert Baker showed he supplied Lee with drugs including cocaine, LSD and cannabis from 1969 until the star's untimely death in 1973 at 32.

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