A 16-year-old schoolgirl that was found dead inside her bedroom in July 2018 had taken cocaine and painkiller, head an inquest.
Ellesse Potter, known as a gentle and beautiful girl by her family, was found dead inside her room in July 2018.
The partner of her mother found her dead in her bedroom in Haverhill, Suffolk.
She had spent the evening the night before applying fake tan with her mother and listening to music in her room.
The daughter also told her mother that she loves her very much.
On July 18, 2018, she was found dead inside her bedroom.
The neighbors family rushed to help, one of them performed CPR on the girl while an ambulance was on its way to the house of the family.
The girl had passed away when the authorities arrived.
Ellesse had low levels of cocaine and a prescribed drug called buprenorphine – an opioid – in her system.
Ellesse’s home had a chaotic party lifestyle.
It was said that some of the people known to Ellese’s family saw the girl taking drugs.
The girl herself believed that she came for a broke home.
It was also believed that the Sudden Arrhythmia Death Syndromes (SADS), a rare genetic heart condition, could have been the cause of her death.
However, after looking at the drug test results, it was believed that the drugs involved in her death.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the girl, may her soul rest in peace.