Simone Biles was born to drug-addicted parents, placed into foster care at age 2 and was adopted by her grandfather and his second wife. ‘My journey has been a blessing,’ she said.
Simone Biles was born to drug-addicted parents, placed into foster care at age 2 and was adopted by her grandfather and his second wife. ‘My journey has been a blessing,’ she said. Tony Gutierrez AP
Simone Biles was born to drug-addicted parents, placed into foster care at age 2 and was adopted by her grandfather and his second wife. ‘My journey has been a blessing,’ she said. Tony Gutierrez AP

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