A family holiday turns into a nightmare after a 19-month-old baby dies of a fentanyl overdose…
looking forward to rest Lidi and Boris Lavenier take their daughter Enoraand their four children to Wellington, Florida. air bnb In August 2021 — and the unthinkable happens, a mother of 5 meets her newborn daughter. After an hour’s nap His face was blue and his mouth foamed. She screamed and cried for help. He even attempted to bust Enora, but it was too late for help to arrive. She was pronounced dead at HCA Florida Palm West Hospital.
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At the time, the medical examiner’s report indicated that the female infant had There was “lethal levels of fentanyl” in her system, a drug the family had never heard of before their daughter’s death. Police have never officially charged the case. by deciding that Enora’s family is a suspect Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Said in the incident report that they were unable to locate the drug’s origin:
“There was no trace of drugs or illegal drugs of any kind. at the scene and her death was listed as an accident.”
Completely heartbroken Boris told new york post At that moment:
“It was like we fell into a trap.”
However, parents believe that someone is to blame. The same incident report that ruled the daughter’s death was accidental also reported that a large party was held at Airbnb just two days before the family’s arrival. And now the Lavenier family is suing the company. Host rental manager and tenants for “Negligence” after child overdose
According to reports, a previous tenant of the property said one of the parties that took place at the property was cocaine-related. Which would make a lot of sense because fentanyl-related deaths are so prevalent. especially in Florida Police are still closing the case and insist they can’t find out where Enora took the drug. But the person you love is not confident. They are now suing for failing to get the medication properly before they brought their family into the house.
When asked for comment, Airbnb shared with the store:
“My thoughts are with the Lavenir family and their loved ones for their great loss.”
Is it unanswered? lawyer Thomas Scolaro Who represented Lavenirs, sure there was a drug in that unit:
“Of course it was in that Airbnb unit, who left the drugs, to be honest, there was nothing I was trying to prove. What I want to show is that Airbnb doesn’t clean up. no warning There is no measure of safety for families.”
So sad… but honestly, if all belongings of your family and family members test negative. And where will it come from again?!
Professor of Law at the University of Florida Lars Noah Tell the shop that “Where does fentanyl come from? Associated with this group Which sounds extremely difficult under these circumstances.” But Boris knew that his daughter had received the message somewhere in the house:
“What is certain is that Enora is dealing with fentanyl on Airbnb.”
We mean yes, if there was a party a few days ago. You will come to the same conclusion, won’t you?
Condolences to Enora’s family and their loved ones as they work through this devastating loss. We hope she gets the justice she deserves.
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