Drink spiking victim who ‘died twice’ fears attacker will come back for her

A mother of two who had two cardiac arrests and seizures after her drink was horrifically spiked in a bar is now fearful that her attacker will return for her.

25-year-old Nicole says she is "emotionally scarred" after the terrifying incident that left her fighting for her life.

It is believed that the one bottle of Corona beer she drank had been spiked with Rohypnol which led to her padding out and needed immediate CPR to save her, The Mirror reports.

The terrified mum said she was fine at 9pm and taking selfies on the dancefloor but just half an hour later she had completely stopped breathing.

For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.

She started feeling unwell and her cousin came to collect her but before she had left the bar she collapsed.

Quick-thinking staff performed CPR before paramedics arrived.

Nicole told The Sun: "I basically died twice and they had to bring me back to life, I woke up with no clue of what had gone on.

  • Wacky doomsday preacher warns volcanoes could bring about the end of the world

"The last thing my mum heard before hospital was that paramedics were trying to bring me back – it breaks my heart that my mum had to go through this."

Despite emergency services treating her at the scene, Nicole still needed advanced life support in the street outside the bar.

Nicole is now worried that whoever laced her drink could come back for her.

  • Idiot beachgoer taunts group of pregnant seals despite visitors being told to keep away

"I'm terrified the perpetrator will come back for me, I've got two little girls who need me," she said. "I can honestly say this was the worst experience of my life, I'm so lucky to still be here, I could have lost my life due to some p**** wanting to spike my drink."

Rohypnol is a common drug to be used in date rape cases and can take effect in less than 30 minutes.

A statement from Henman & Cooper said: "It was a horrendous experience for all involved, we wish Nicole a rapid and full recovery.

Source: Read Full Article