Las Vegas is the most celebrated city in the world. Its nightlife, the glittering lights, casinos and breathtaking adventurous things always attract people from all over the world. However, deep beneath Vegas’s glittering lights lies a life you never want even to see. There’s estimated to be at least 1,000 people living beneath Vegas in underground tunnels. yes, the 200 miles of flood tunnels are home to 1,000 people who eke out a living in the strip’s dark underbelly.
These homeless people fight for survival every day in a network of underground tunnels. One of them is Pornhub star Jenni Lee who is living in the dank storm drains. These people depend on the food they scrap from bins and the odd cash handout from jubilant gamblers.
These people are called as ‘mole people’. They range from full-time workers who can’t afford a house in the cash-rich city, gambling addicts and drug addicts. The conditions in these tunnels are severely unhygienic and dangerous for their health. ‘Mole People’ are living alongside rats in unsanitary conditions, they get bites from poisonous spiders and drowning in the flood defence pipes.
The former fashion model and onetime adult film performer Jenni Lee, who also goes by Stephanie Saddora is living in these filthy sewers. The former top beauty was looking skeletal, with apparent abrasions on her face, but she kept her smile as she claimed it was not hard to live as a woman in such scary surroundings.
These tunnels are filled with broken glass, urine-filled bottles and moth-eaten mattresses resting on old plastic McDonald’s crates. However, Graffiti artists have turned this area of the tunnel network into a gallery. Graffiti and artwork is sprayed all over the walls, with slogans including “God don’t live here. Only me” and “Aghast the Devil stood and felt how awful Goodness is”.
Normal people of all ages who’ve lost their way, generally after a traumatic event are living in these sewers. However, most of them are war veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress.
Seeing this way of hopeless living we wish a good future for these people who are living in these tunnels.