The mother of a Sydney teenager who died after mixing herself a deadly cocktail of alcohol and energy drinks which she discovered online, hopes her daughter’s death will be a warning to others.
The mother of Paris Kamper was speaking at the eulogy for the 15 year old girl who was found unconscious at her Kenthurst home at the beginning of June.
She was alone at the time and had apparently researched online how to make caffeine-laced alcohol drinks at home.
She was rushed to Westmead Hospital where she registered a blood alcohol reading of 0.4 – 8 times the legal limit.
NSW Police also issued a warning about the risks of homemade alcoholic mixes following the tragedy.