Living out her early childhood in Tehran, Iran, before moving to the United States at an early age, Nikta and her sister developed somewhat of a “rebellious streak” despite growing up in a “strict” Muslim household.
Nikta (last name omitted due to privacy concerns) told The Christian Post in a recent interview that she did not always feel “love” as a child. Her parents worked hard, but they often argued. After the family moved to California to seek a better education in a free country, Nikta said she tried her first cigarette at the age of 7 and drank alcohol in the eighth grade with the encouragement of her older sister. Read more here ….