Teenager, 18, who shared harrowing video after her drink was spiked at nightclub says she may never go out again and warns, ‘I don’t know how much more careful girls can be’

A teenager who had her drink spiked on her first night out – and whose harrowing experience was shared by video by her mother – says she may never go out again.

Millie Taplin, 18, had footage of herself suffering from the drugging go around the internet after she was targeted in Moo Moos in Southend, Essex.

She appeared in agony as her jaw locked and her hands were bent into claws as the effects of the spiking ravaged through her in hospital.

Today she admitted she would be reluctant to go on a night out again, due to fears over what could happen.

Millie said: ‘I would love to go back out, I liked the atmosphere, but now it’s a bit more of a panic feeling.

‘I wouldn’t be able to enjoy myself because I would constantly be on edge thinking whose going near my drink which is a shame.

Millie was rushed to hospital after bringing two drinks back from the bar from a man she had been talking to.

Police are currently investigating and trying to track down the person responsible.

< >Millie Taplin pictured with her mother Claire after the spiking ordeal last week

Millie Taplin pictured with her mother Claire after the spiking ordeal last week

Millie Taplin said she wanted to go out again but what happened had made her feel anxious

Millie Taplin said she wanted to go out again but what happened had made her feel anxious

The teenager said that she thought women should be able to go out safely without worrying

The teenager said that she thought women should be able to go out safely without worrying

It was her first night out at a club and saw her drink spiked by a mystery man in the venue

It was her first night out at a club and saw her drink spiked by a mystery man in the venue

Millie Taplin, 18, was drugged in Moo Moos in Southend, Essex, on Saturday night last weekend

Millie Taplin, 18, was drugged in Moo Moos in Southend, Essex, on Saturday night last weekend

Speaking on This Morning with her older sister Sadie, she relived the moment she realised something was terrible wrong.

She said: ‘I went outside because I started to feel really hot and sick had I just thought I had too much to drink it wasn’t until I was actually sick my eyes went blurry

‘I said to my friends I think I’ve been spiked and they said no you’re fine you’re just panicking and I said no I’ve been spiked’

‘We hear a lot about it, but you don’t think it’s veer going to happen, you think you’re being careful and doing everything you can, but.

‘There was a drink I had taken from someone else, which could be the drink, but I think it’s hard, it’s hard to pinpoint.’

Millie left hospital last Sunday morning, and was in bed at home the rest of the day.

Her sister Sadie said: ‘Personally, I think you should be able to leave your drinks and not be in this situation, but obviously you can’t.

‘She’s a clever girl, she’s not silly, it’s not fair that it’s happened to her.

‘It’s disgusting quite honestly; I don’t know what they get out of that.’

Millie Taplin and Sadie Taplin on the This Morning sofa talking about a spiked drink

Millie Taplin and Sadie Taplin on the This Morning sofa talking about a spiked drink

>Police are investigating and Millie is now released from hospital and recovering at home

‘It’s really hard, there should be something to be able to stop it all but there’s never going to be something to stop it.

‘I cannot stress enough how careful you really have to be, I don’t even know how much more careful you can be.’

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