Unlucky Student Tests Positive For Cocktail Of Drugs She Never Took

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Unlucky Student Tests Positive For Cocktail Of Drugs She Never Took

Hi guys, meet Rachael Gelmis from Alabama. She recently had a drug test at school and I want you to guess what the result was...

Image credit: Twitter/Rachel Gelmis

If you said she looked like a wholesome girl who was going to breeze through the test without a trace of drugs then, surprisingly, you would be entirely wrong!


The test in fact came back saying that her system contained traces of weed, cocaine, heroin, meth, and other sedatives - quite the cocktail.

Unfortunately for her, the administrators of the test had screwed it up and she was in fact clean.

In a Facebook post, the student said: "This was the first time I had ever been drug tested, and I knew I was clean, of course.

"My mother, on the other hand, believed it."


Rachael's mum must have gone completely mad at her when she found out, as you would. Here was her daughter - who looks like butter wouldn't melt in her mouth - exposed as a complete and utter drug fiend.

Here's the Facebook post in full...

Image credit: Facebook/Rachel Gelmis


Luckily for the student, just hours later, the US school called to inform her parent that it misread the results, and Rachel was drug free.

So, as an apology her parents baked her a cake...

Image credit: Twitter/Rachel Gelmis


An apology is written on it in blue icing, complete with a sad face. It reads: 'Sorry we thought you did meth and coke and pot and heroin'.

Rachel accepted the cake and has apparently now forgiven them.

Inspirational, it's good to see at least one story of a student testing positive for weed, cocaine, heroin, meth, and other sedatives has a happy ending...

Credit: Twitter/Rachel Gelmis

Topics: Alabama, student

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