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Pictured: Bloom in her poker days with her brother Jordan Her father Larry, a 60-year-old clinical psychologist from Fort Collins, Colorado, who describes Molly as 'my miracle', adds: 'It’s like night and day.'When Molly was running the poker game in New York, she was caught up in an unreal world under massive amounts of pressure using substances to deal with the pressure she was under in a very scary and intimidating environment.'Today, Molly is real, authentic, not in that world, not using any substances whatsoever, caring, feeling, being of service and getting a great deal of satisfaction from it, apologizing, taking responsibility.

She’s a completely different person.' Bloom herself says she has no desire to return to the whirlwind lifestyle of drug binges, celebrity parties in high-end hotels and multi-million dollar poker games that dragged on for two days or more.

Charlene said: 'There were times when I wondered if she was doing drugs but she would just say, "Mom, I'm exhausted, I've been up two or three days" and I believed her.' She continued: 'Obviously as a mom, I had my concerns.

Not so much because it was poker games but anybody who has a child who is out at night in a big city would have some concerns.' And Bloom was in trouble.

'My dad pushed us and pushed us to be great,' Jeremy told Daily Mail TV.

Bloom said she got along with Ben Affleck (left), remarking the Batman actor is 'very nice, very nice.' But Tobey Maguire (right) proved a more difficult proposition – once, infamously, telling her to bark like a seal for chips'Tobey Maguire and I had a tough relationship – it was a tough working relationship, we butted heads and ultimately, I lost the Los Angeles game because of differences with him,' says Bloom.She had begun guaranteeing the pot for games worth 0 million or more and became too exhausted to properly vet her players.As a result, shadier characters, including members of the Russian Mafia, joined in.'She's always liked to write so I thought she might be a writer,' Charlene, who is now divorced from Larry, said.'She's always been very creative and artistic and very strong.There were times when I thought she would be a good attorney.'Growing up in the mountains, it was almost inevitable that Bloom, and her brothers, would be drawn to skiing and she was herself tipped for Olympic glory until an accident put an end to her fledgling athletic career.