Investigation into sex for drugs

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22 June 2007, AMSTERDAM – The police are investigating first year secondary school students at the Novalis College in Eindhoven who may be engaging in sex in exchange for drugs. The investigation started on Monday, says school principle Marion Beijer. At a school party last Friday it emerged that three 14-year-old girls from the first year class had so-called poppers with them. Further investigation revealed that students in the class may also have been taking hard drugs like ecstasy and cocaine.

22 June 2007

AMSTERDAM – The police are investigating first year secondary school students at the Novalis College in Eindhoven who may be engaging in sex in exchange for drugs. The investigation started on Monday, says school principle Marion Beijer.
 
At a school party last Friday it emerged that three 14-year-old girls from the first year class had so-called poppers with them. Further investigation revealed that students in the class may also have been taking hard drugs like ecstasy and cocaine.

The first year students were also reportedly engaging in sexual activity. The police are investigating whether there is a connection between the sex and the drugs. The three girls have been suspended for a week.

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