Man filmed dying girlfriend at the festival after taking 2C-P instead of helping her - Rave Jungle

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Famous Holby City actor John Michie recently lost his daughter because of the party means called 2C-P.

Louella Fletcher-Michie, the young female victim was present Bestival festival in Dorset when the incident occurred. According to reports, her boyfriend Ceon Broughton had given her 2C-P which led to an immediate negative reaction.

Within an hour, Louella began an overdose of the drug and died an hour before her 25th birthday. Although the reports are all claimed, the case against him does not look good.

After a phone call her parents rushed to the scene. They described hearing their daughter "shriek" on the phone. They repeatedly sent messages and called Mr. Broughton, the prosecutor informed the jury. Sam, her brother, also contacted her friend and urged him to turn to medical help.

However, Mr. Broughton replied: "call back within an hour" and Louella referred to the "drama queen", judges heard. He failed to seek help because he feared a suspended prison sentence would be violated, judges heard. Since the incident, her friend has denied manslaughter and also denies that she has provided Fletcher-Michie with the medicine.

William Mousley QC, who sued at the Crown Court in Winchester, said the defendant had given his girlfriend the Class A drug 2CP while they visited the music festival on the grounds of Lulworth Castle.

"He was not going to harm her and Louella wanted to take what she got, but it had a terrible effect," he said.

Mrs. Fletcher-Michie died after one "Significant period of suffering", Mousley said, and Mr. Broughton had continued to film "When she was disturbed, agitated and then seriously ill" over several hours.

"He even did this, the Prosecution suggests, after she was apparently dead" he added.

In video clips at the court, Fletcher-Michie repeatedly shouts at Mr. Broughton to call her mother, but he tells her that "Switch your phone away".

A post mortem examination found "2C-P toxicity" and traces of ketamine and MDMA, the court heard.

Stephen Kamlish QC, defend, denied claims Mr. Broughton acted out of selfishness and said that he was trying his & # 39; loving girlfriend & # 39; from the forest, but failed because the terrain was hilly and full of thorns and nettles.

He told the jurors that Mrs. Fletcher-Mitchie had bought the drugs before Mr. Broughton arrived at the festival and that they could only blame him for gross negligence, manslaughter if he had given her the drugs and they had a clear risk of death & # 39; had suffered.

Mr Kamlish said no one had ever been known to have died from taking 2CP. He also added: "Ceon and Louella were in love with each other and volunteered to take drugs together, mistakes, even serious mistakes … are not nearly enough for a crime like this to be guilty."

The test continues.