A care home manager from Hampshire was left "fitting and out of control" after her drink was spiked on a night out.
Chelsea Cavill woke up with no recollection of what had happened during the previous evening in Bournemouth.
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She'd been on a night out for her sister's birthday.
Blood tests later revealed she'd been given a cocktail of drugs, including GHB, rohypnol and ketamine, that could have killed her.
GHB and rohypnol are both common date rape drugs.
According to charity DrinkAware, they are colourless, tasteless and leave the body quickly, making them difficult to detect.
Chelsea has no recollection of how it happened or when the chemicals might have been put in her drink.
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Drink spiking is illegal and can carry a prison sentence of up to 10 years.
Chelsea has reported what happened to Dorset Police
Their investigation is on going.