Brit backpacker Amelia Bambridge's death could be reopened after date rape drug was found in her system

THE death of Brit backpacker Amelia Bambridge could be reopened after tests showed a date rape drug was in her system.

Amelia, 21, was found floating in the sea off Cambodia after a beach party in 2019.

An inquest later determined her cause of death as accidental drowning.

But a toxicology report made public last month revealed the drug GHB.

Mum Linda, 53, of Worthing, West Sussex, said: “It’s just against nature really for a mother to have to bury their child.

“It breaks my heart really because when I was down there I saw how corrupt it was and understood all these backpackers go to these islands thinking the place is safe, but it really is not at all.”

Linda added: “I just want answers and to know what is going on in that island and what happened to her and how that stuff got into her system.

“The UK Government should be putting pressure on them to give me some answers because it is just not fair.”

A Cambodian police chief has said cops will revisit the case if the UK makes a formal request.

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