Mischa Barton Claims “Date Rape” Drug Added to Drink

Mischa Barton recently celebrated her birthday and a video of an incident shows her acting irrationally during the celebration.  In the video the star is rambling and then loses her grip on a fence, falling to the ground at the end.  

Effects of a “Date Rape” Drug

The 31 year old star voluntarily went the hospital the day after this was recorded. Barton told a magazine the whole scene was a reaction to the so-called “date rape” drug she claims someone dropped into her drink while celebrating her birthday.   A date rape drug, also known as the predator drug, is any drug that when given to another person, incapacitates the person and renders them vulnerable to a drug facilitated sexual assault, which includes rape.

Types of Club Drugs

The most commonly known of the “date rape” drugs or club drugs are roofies (flunitrazepam), liquid ecstasy (ecstasygamma hydroxybutyric acid) and ketamine, also called Special K.  All of these different types of drugs can come as pills, liquids, or powder form.  The side effects can be amnesia or inability to remember what happened while drugged, sleepiness, muscle relaxation or feeling drunker than you should be.  Other effects might be nausea, problems talking, difficulty with motor movements, confusion, and vision problems.

If you suspect you’ve been slipped a date rape drug, contact ARCpoint Labs nationwide. We can run tests to determine if your suspicions are warranted.  Contact us Nationwide

 

 

 

 

 

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