14 year old girl left in coma after footballer slipped ecstasy tablet into her mouth as they kissed


    An angry mum is pushing for a footballer to be jailed after he slipped a strong ecstasy tablet into her 14-year-old daughter’s mouth while kissing her.

    The accused, Stefan MacRitchie, 20, who recently signed for Strathspey Thistle FC, has pleaded guilty to supplying the class A “Nintendo” drug which left the victim fighting for her life.
    The teenager who cannot be named for legal reasons, had a “50-50 chance of survival” and was put into a coma after swallowing the drug. Her mum said the ‘Nintendo’ drug left her daughter ‘crawling on the floor’ “throwing herself off the bed, banging her head off it” during the horrific ordeal.

    “My daughter was throwing herself off the bed, banging her head off it, crawling on the floor. It was like something out of the horror movie The Exorcist. She was black and blue.

    “We were holding her, trying to keep her safe, but she was hallucinating, thinking things were coming out of the walls to get her. I was trying to comfort her but she was lashing out, although every now and then she’d come out of it and say, ‘Mum, mum, help me, help me, stop this, stop this’. Her face was so swollen, she looked as if she’d been in a car crash.”

    The incident which happened in January 1, 2014 still infuriates the mum as she is fighting for the accused to be sentenced to jail.

    Prosecutor Michelle Molley told Inverness Sheriff Court that the girl and the accused, MacRitchie got together at a New Year’s house party. The adult owners of the house were in at the time, but most of the guests were under 18 and knew each other from school.

    Molley said:

    “She and the accused met and began kissing. During the kiss, the accused passed one item from inside …Read More

    Source:: Linda Ikeji Blog