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Jan. 25, 2018 – Kim Koop says after being diagnosed with a learning disability, being bullied in school, cutting, and even attempting suicide her daughter Madison started experimenting with drugs at the age of 15, just as she was heading into Grade 10. Koop says her daughter started by smoking marijuana and was soon going to parties where she would take Molly, Ecstasy, and cocaine. “With pot, pot you can smell. We would confiscate so much in the house. Her eyes were kind of blood-shot, pupils dilated, you can pretty much tell. They just kind of want to sleep, but they’re still there. With the Molly and Ecstasy, she would just have a lot of energy but she was still able to hold a conversation, be reasonable.” She notes Madison graduated from the Steinbach Regional Secondary School in June 2015 and by April 2016 she started using crystal meth.
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