Prescription pills might have played a role in Aisha Farooqui's death, but to what extent? The news of the 15-year-old girl's strange death has been circulating with plenty of speculation, but the latest update in her story was shared late last night -- Feb. 18, 2013. The New York Daily News shared details regarding the 'Sweet 16' party she had attended just hours prior to being discovered dead behind a home in Queens. Of course, the adults in charge of the party claim that no drugs were present. Is that really believable, though?
To give you a little background story on this case: Aisha Farooqui was found dead, foaming at the mouth, at around 6:45 a.m., on Sunday morning. By the first news report, it had already been established that Aisha left her friend's birthday party with an unidentified man whom she reportedly did not know. Marie Anicet was the woman in charge of "chaperoning" the birthday party and she claims that "this could have happened anywhere." She also made the comment that she shut the party down at around 11:00 p.m., that night, ushering the kids outside so they could await rides to go to their homes -- or rather "you can go wherever you want, you just can't stay here," so-to-speak.
"I cannot control what's going on outside," said Marie Anicet, the adult in charge of these minors.
Police believe that Aisha smoked marijuana and chugged alcohol sometime during the night before she died, so perhaps this was outside where, for some reason, the only adult at the party had no control of the situation. However, friends of the girl still say that she left the party with a man she did not know -- though that seems to be the only details shared about the guy. So there was this guy there at the party that nobody knew? And the only adult at the party had no control over any of this?
It would be interesting to see if any responsibility is faced by Marie Anicet over this incident, but it would also be interesting to see this mystery man tracked down as well. This case seems like a big messy mystery and the death of a 15-year-old girl hangs in the middle of it.