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    An_248748 posted:
    I have an 18 year old daughter in college who recently exhibited very bizarre behavior. She walked out of her dorm room and doesn't remember anything else until she woke up the the basement. She had a black eye, a bump on her head, and severe scratches on her left wrist and blood under her nails on her right hand. She ended up in the ER. A rape kit was negative. She was admitted to the hospital psych ward. She has no memory of what happened to her or how she ended up in the basement. She is an excellent student and has never used alcohol or drugs. What could have caused this behavior?
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    Jeune1 responded:
    Did she receive a drug screen as well? It sounds like she was drugged and assaulted. I hope police are investigating this.


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