A woman with a lot of meth is filmed stumbling around in a family-friendly reserve near the controversial injection room of Melbourne.
The drug-stricken woman was early smoking in late October and wandered aimlessly in Powlett Reserve in East Melbourne.
A mother who lives in the neighborhood said that the neighborhood was flooded with drug addicts, and said she had spit on the beem and threatened it with a man shooting outside her house.
The 45-year-old, too scared to give her last name, asked the drug addict if he was okay before holding his needle in front of her face and telling her to take off & # 39 ;.
She said the area is now full of drug users who refuse to use the clinic in Lennox Street, North Richmond.
& # 39; I told him to use the injection room and he attacked me and spit on me & # 39 ;, she told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; That was the first time I called the police and reported an attack in this area since I moved here in 2003. & # 39;
Charlotte (photo on the right with her eight-year-old son) lives just a few steps from the controversial injection room in North Richmond
Charlotte says she was spit on and threatened by a drug addict (pictured left and right) who had shot outside her house
Charlotte and her husband also claimed that drug addicts use school playgrounds to perform sexual acts.
She said she saw a man pull down his pants and expose herself to pee on the street while shopping with her eight-year-old son.
Charlotte, who has lived in East Melbourne for 16 years, said she never felt unsafe until the injection room was opened last year.
The mother decided to speak out after two social workers were arrested with drug supply in the safe injection room at the North Richmond Community Health Center (photo) and were fired
The concerned couple claimed to have seen a man and a woman who regularly shoot in the street where they live with their son.
Last Thursday Charlotte said she saw the couple shoot one morning.
& # 39; When I found them, they took their medicine equipment out of their pockets, ready to inject, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; They are also seen in the park across the road, where there is a playground, a children's center, and a health nurse. & # 39;
Charlotte says that this man and woman (photo) regularly shoot on the street where she lives with her family
When her husband saw the couple one afternoon in the same place, he started filming them.
& # 39; What's going on here? This is private property. You can't be here. Do you use drugs? & # 39; he could be heard saying in the video.
They refused to take drugs and said they only drank alcohol.
After being told to leave, the man shouted at Charlotte & # 39; s husband: & # 39; Your wife is a curious b ****. Go away mate! It is not your lane! F *** out! & # 39;
She also says she is unable to return to her favorite coffee shop after seeing a man shoot outside.
A resident told Charlotte that she was shouted by a woman who used drugs and given her a & # 39; damn c *** & # 39; called.
WHAT IS THE NORTH RICHMOND COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER?
North Richmond Community Health Center has a medically monitored injection room.
It was opened in June 2018 for an 18-month trial period and has recorded more than 60,000 visits and managed more than 1,800 overdoses without death.
Before opening the room, staff would go up to 59 overdoses per year in places such as parking lots and gutters without prior notice.
In the first week 400 people went to the room.
An evaluation of the process is planned in June 2020 to help decide whether it will continue to work.
Since the establishment there has been loud public opposition to the center. The locals want it to be moved to another area because they claim they have seen heroin users take the drug near schools.
& # 39; I decided with my husband that it was no longer safe to go to that coffee shop because people pull out penises and shoot on the street & # 39 ;, she said.
Charlotte decided to speak out after two social workers were arrested with drug supplies in the safe injection room at the North Richmond Community Health Center and were fired.
She noted that the injection room, designated by residents as & # 39; Dan & # 39; s Drug Den & # 39; In a reference to Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews who approved the facility, it was opened right next to a primary school that saw drug users inject themselves into the neck at 3 p.m. , while children went home.
& # 39; What should we tell our children? I want to educate a thoughtful and caring citizen, but we see a terrifying series of antisocial behaviors that nobody should see, & Charlotte said to Daily Mail Australia.
Although Charlotte says she is not against safe injection rooms, she says the facility has been put in the wrong place.
& # 39; People who try to get help from the center are further pushed into drug use by people working there & # 39 ;, she said.
& # 39; The trial fails drug users, residents and all Victorians who expect our government to act responsibly when it comes to the drug crisis.
& # 39; Then & # 39; s Drug Den should be closed until the government can find a better solution that protects the interests of all Victorians. & # 39;
She cannot return to her favorite coffee shop in the Hive shopping center (photo) after seeing a man photographing outside
Charlotte said her son (photo) was confronted with a range of antisocial behavior in an area that is flooded by drug addicts
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