Fake ecstasy pills are dangerous and seem to have struck again claiming its 20th victim in the UK.
18-year-old, Demi Campbell, could not survive after she consumed pills called as Green Rolex, at a party with friends.
Over the past two months nearly seven people have died after consuming these drugs.
Another eight youngsters have also died over the past month after consuming these fake pills in Northern Ireland. Police have issued a warning against green pills which carry a clear Rolex crown stamped on them. These pills are being sold as ecstasy in Scotland.
Demi's family is completely shattered. "You can't stop kids being kids and they always think they are invincible but I'd like to think that Demi's death will make a difference. She was just your average teenager - a very outgoing, happy and friendly girl who was enjoying her life. This has destroyed the family. Everyone should learn from what has happened," Demi's uncle said.