NFL stars campaign against meth addiction

Oklahoma City_The campaign against meth got a big boost from several of Oklahoma's NFL stars on Monday night as the came to Oklahoma City for a fundraiser and campaign rally with First Lady Kim Henry for the state's fight against one of the greatest dangers facing us today - meth addiction.

The money raised at the event will go into the fight that began on Tuesday night with the documentary "Crystal Darkness - Oklahoma." Football stars were on hand to express the importance of the cause. The Newman Foundation hosted the fundraiser, and the event was complete with hors d'oeuvres, national, and local celebrities. A silent auction included autographed merchandise by NFL players.

Kim Henry supports the cause, and has been actively campaigning for the documentary. "What we want to do with this documentary is to get the education and the awareness out of what meth can do to you individually, to your family, to the community," she said. She says it is not a fight that will end with the documentary. The money raised at the event will go to help those communities that need help most.

After all is said and done, many say they should be more aware of what their children are doing outside of the home. Roy Williams hosted a viewing party of "Crystal Darkness - Oklahoma" at the Cox Convention Center to show his support for the cause.