Teen who is addicted to inhaling DEODORANT will continue to do so despite the fact that her cousin dies
& # 39; His eyes rolled in the back of his mind & # 39 ;: teenager addicted to inhaling DEODORANT says that despite the death of her cousin, she remained chromed & # 39; chromed & # 39;
- Teen addicted to inhaling deodorant speaks against it after the cousin's death
- The teenager, who remained anonymous, saw her cousin die after chrome plating
- Rosie started chroming when she was 12 and became addicted by 15
- Despite her situation, Rosie said she didn't want others to pick it up
A teenage girl addicted to inhaling deodorant says she will continue to chrome & # 39; despite the death of her cousin.
& # 39; Rosie & # 39 ;, a 15-year-old from Brisbane, said she started panting solvents when she was 12 years old.
She joined her friends and began to & # 39; chrome & # 39; in public places – a practice that eventually led to the death of her cousin.
After they had stolen deodorant from a supermarket, Rosie, her cousin and a group of other youngsters went to a local park and started to inhale from the cans.
Her cousin started to choke and 10 minutes later he fell to the floor.
& # 39; His eyes rolled in the back of his head and I called the ambulance. They were on their way and he was just sitting upright and spitting white all over … (he broke) all the chrome up, & she told the ABC.
A teenage girl addicted to inhaling deodorant says she will continue to chrome & # 39; despite the death of her cousin (stock image)
& # 39; He could not breathe and so on, his throat just turned red and purple and changed color. & # 39;
Her cousin spent three weeks in the hospital before he died.
Despite the death of her cousin, Rosie said she remained chrome.
& # 39; If you continue to chrome, chrome, and chrome all those looks, you just can't stop yourself, because you've just ended up in a routine where you just need it – right there and then, & # 39; she said.
Rosie said she was & # 39; invincible & # 39; felt after inhaling solvents.
Her friend Jordan said he started chroming at the age of 13 to impress his friends.
He said one of his best friends disappeared while he inhaled solvents in the shower and woke up to find his arms and the floor covered with blood.
Youth supporter Michael Carter said he has a & # 39; large shot & # 39; has seen in the number of chromed teenagers.
& # 39; It breaks your heart because their brains are so young that they are still developing, & # 39; he said.
More teenagers were caught while chromating in 2018 than in 2017 in Queensland, but the practice is not illegal.
& # 39; Rosie & # 39 ;, a 15-year-old from Brisbane, said she started panting solvents when she was 12 years old (stock image)
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