Le pusieron droga en su bebida y sufrió una parálisis temporal
A la chica de 18 años le habrían colocado una droga en su trago en un club nocturno y eso le produjo una extraña reacción en su cuerpo. Su madre subió el perturbador video.
Una joven de 18 años tuvo que ir al hospital de urgencia por una extraña reacción en su cuerpo y su cara. Su madre la acompañó y filmó un video con la perturbadora situación que tuvo que pasar. La adolescente salió a festejar su cumpleaños en Essex, Inglaterra, y le habrían puesto una droga en su bebida, lo que hizo que terminara en ese estado tan complicado.
Millie Taplin pasó más de cuatro horas con la parálisis corporal y en el video se la puede ver haciendo muchos movimientos extraños en la camilla del hospital. Además, no podía caminar ni comunicarse con nadie. Su madre relató a los medios locales que un hombre le habría ofrecido una bebida y le dijo que la probara.
Tras sentirse mal, la llevaron a urgencias, donde los médicos sospechaban que le habían administrado dos sustancias: una para paralizarla y otro para noquearla, contó Claire, madre de la víctima. La mujer explicó que subió el video a las redes sociales para que muchas chicas como su hija se dieran cuenta de lo que les hacen y tengan más cuidado.
"Por muy perturbador que sea, si eso salva a una niña, solo a una, entonces vale la pena compartirlo", añadió Claire. Y luego sentenció: "Es absolutamente horrible. Parecía poseída. La estaba mirando y pensé, 'qué diablos le han dado', porque nunca había visto algo así en mi vida".
A mum is warning parents and nightclub goers after her daughter was allegedly “spiked” in a Southend venue, causing her to be rushed to hospital in this shocking state.
18-year-old Millie Taplin was enjoying her first night out in Southend since turning 18 when the disturbing incident happened. Millie was with some friends in the Moo Moo nightclub and had only had a few drinks. But after accepting a drink from a man she had been talking to, she felt sick very quickly and then became unable to speak or walk.
Millie said: “I had a couple of sips, not a lot because it was a strong drink and I don’t like strong drinks! I went back out to the smoking area with my friends and went back in about 10 minutes later. That’s when I started to feel a bit sick. I started to feel really hot so I told my friends I need to go outside get some fresh air.
“I was sick in the alleyway opposite and that’s when I couldn’t see properly, I couldn’t feel my hands. I knew that I wasn’t right, I was trying to speak and was stuttering and mumbling. My friends then phoned my sister and I had to be carried to the car and taken to A&E.”
Millie’s mum Claire said: “She was lucky to have amazing friends that got her to hospital as if they hadn’t the outcome would have been completely different. It was the most disturbing sight of my daughter I have ever seen. We do not want anyone else to go through it.
“The hospital said that it looked like two different drugs had been used. We want to share this to educate young girls or anyone really. If it saves just one person from this horrendous act then it was worth sharing this.
“The club manager was very good. He phoned me to get details and said he will contact the police and we already had phoned them. I’m sharing this for awareness, not to blame or tarnish the club’s reputation.”
Millie added: “I wouldn’t wish the feeling upon anyone at all, I’ve never been so scared in my life. I am thinking twice about going out now, it’s a shame because no one should have to feel like that!”
A spokesperson for MooMoo Nightclub said: “We urge all customers to be present when their drink is ordered and that they do not leave it unattended. The alleged drink spiked appears to have been accepted from a person known to the lady affected and whilst it was not reported to us at the time, we are assisting the police who are dealing with the matter.”
Essex Police say that it can take only minutes for someone to feel the effects of a spiked drink.
Their advice states: “The best way to protect yourself and your friends from being spiked is to be aware of what you consume and never take a drink that you haven’t seen being prepared in front of you. Never leave your drink unattended, even for a moment, and if it doesn’t taste right, don’t finish it.
“If you or your friends start to feel strange or unwell then you should get help and seek medical advice straight away. When you go out for an evening you never know who you’re going to meet, so always keep your wits about you. If someone appears to be over-friendly and eager to get you to drink, be vigilant.”
A Freedom of Information request, published by Essex Police, revealed that there were nearly 200 drink spiking incidents reported between 2016 and 2020.
The report says: “There are many different reasons why a drink may be spiked from a ‘prank’ to an intended robbery or sexual assault. Whilst a large number of people do report this, it is believed that many more cases may go unreported, due to either memory loss or embarrassment.”