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Steve Jobs Experimented with Illegal Drugs, Distorted Reality: FBI

The release of a recent FBI file revealed that the late Steve Jobs indulged in drug usage during his college days and that his addiction included banned substances such as marijuana and LSD.

The report further disclosed that the late Apple CEO had the capability to misrepresent truths by tactically distorting the actual fact on any given topic. Not just that, the FBI even went on putting a question mark on Mr Job's genuineness and integrity.

The report by FBI also reveals the crafty nature of Steve Job's, stating that he could go to any extent to accomplish his goals. For him, the ends justified the means. It was this sly nature of Mr Jobs, which helped him to persuade people in favour of his own interests. Apple executives labelled this crafty behaviour of Jobs as his amazing intellectual potential that helped him to bring Apple to the zenith position in the market.

"During the 1960s and early 1970s, Mr. Jobs may have experimented with illegal drugs, having come from that generation," said a person whose name was presented in the FBI file, as reported by Sydney Morning Herald.

Steve Jobs' FBI file can be found here.