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Teen Girl Is Found Unresponsive In Starbucks Bathroom, People Horrified To See What’s Beside Her

A 16-year-old girl was found dead of a suspected overdose in a Starbucks bathroom.

Gwynevere Staddon was found unresponsive in the bathroom of a Port Moody Starbucks by an employee.

According to Port Moody police, the teen couldn’t be revived by emergency responders. She was found with a small amount of drugs and paraphernalia in her possession.

Staddon’s mother, Veronica, says she “completely suspects” that her daughter died from an overdose of Fentanyl. Her official cause of death has yet to be determined.

“My best friend, my daughter, my sweetheart baby … I will never stop missing you,” the mother wrote on Facebook. “My heart won’t stop breaking.”

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According to Veronica, Gwynevere had been struggling with substance abuse for some time. Prior to her death, she told her mother she had stopped using for three weeks.

“I’ve quit, so I’m OK now, Mom,” Veronica recalled Gwynevere saying. “It was calling out her name, and so she thought, ‘One more time.’ The one more time was the very last time.”

Veronica says she looked into putting Gwynevere into rehab, but the wait lists for public clinics are too long and she could not afford a private clinic.

“If I don’t have $50,000 available, then they are not something I can use as a resource,” she said.

“The whole world is missing out on a born entertainer,” Veronica continued. “Either that, or a future politician.”

Veronica says she wants to see more done to get drug dealers off the streets and to provide rehabilitation to those in need.

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  1. Al Pambuena

    December 5, 2018 at 10:43 am

    Over 80 percent of all deadly drugs come up thru our southern border..yet the Democrats who admit to being smarter than the rest of us..refuse to fund the wall…

  2. Dale DuBois

    December 5, 2018 at 12:04 pm

    It should be death to anyone caught selling or making drugs. This is the only way that America will stop the using of drugs. The countries who have did this got rid of the drug problem.

  3. John W.

    December 5, 2018 at 3:01 pm

    Drugs are killing many and ruining the lives of so many more. The Southern border is the main pipeline for drugs entering this country, yet the Democrats do not want to secure that border.

    Democrats are a major internal threat to America. And, to top it all off, there are many Republicans who refuse to take steps to seal the border. Paul Ryan comes to mind. I can only guess at how many drug dollars are flowing into Ryan’s pockets and those of several more of our corrupt politicians.

  4. Scott Kelley

    December 5, 2018 at 9:06 pm

    America’s War on drugs has been lost. Possession of drugs for personal use should not be a crime. Possession of small amounts of drugs for personal use is legal in Portugal, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Peru, Argentina, Columbia and other countries around the world. All of those countries have fewer drug related deaths and less drug crime than we do. Many people die in America every year because of our stupid and ineffective drug laws. Prohibition does not work. Argentina’s Supreme Court wrote: “Adults should be free to make lifestyle decisions without the intervention of the state.” Amen. I’d like to see America truly become “a land of the free”.

    • Glenn Shannon

      December 5, 2018 at 11:59 pm

      Would agree with you only if we stopped trying to save those that want to do drugs and let them go into their other world they choose. We spend a fortune saving those that overdose for them to do it again and again.

  5. Daniel Wright

    December 6, 2018 at 3:02 pm

    Here’s the kicker more deaths are caused by opiates than Fire Arms?? in the United States The plain fact of the matter is that the fantenal brought from across the Boarder is killing more of our youth’s then guns>>HOW ABOUT WE BAN FENTENAL(PHONETICALLY SPELLED) AND SAVE THE LIVES OF OUR TEEN AGERS???

  6. Glenn Shannon

    December 7, 2018 at 11:44 pm

    You can ban fentenal and it won’t make any difference as it will only give the control to the criminals. Just look at all the cleaning products they have banned but yet the kids figure out how to make drugs out of what little is left. Drugs are a choice and until this procedure is stopped nothing will change. Back in the 40s you could go into a pharmacy and have made up any kind of drug you wanted and yet we didn’t have the drug problem we do today.

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