Peaches Geldof's drug wish list
Peaches Geldof allegedly left a "shopping list" of drugs on a pub table.
Following a night of drinking, the 19-year-old - who collapsed on Sunday (20.07.08) from a suspected drug overdose - reportedly left behind an A4 sheet of paper reading: "Peaches: £30, weed. S Paul and Peaches and Vanessa £30 weed, 1 coke [both for £85]."
It also lists Diaz - short for the anti-anxiety drug diazepam - and anti-impotence drug Viagra, with Peaches' name next to it.
The list was found by 25-year-old Jayd Kent who had earlier seen the presenter with her friends in East London's Old Blue Last bar.
Jayd told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "It seemed to cover drugs they wanted for the night. It detailed some pretty hardcore drugs."
However, a spokesperson for Peaches said: "We cannot speculate on a list when there is no proof that Peaches wrote it."
Peaches reportedly stopped breathing after her alleged drugs overdose on Sunday.
Peaches - whose mother Paula Yates died of a heroin overdose in 2000 - was given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation by a friend before paramedics arrived at her London home.
The TV presenter, the daughter of musician-and-activist Bob Geldof, was brought back to consciousness but refused to go to hospital because she was terrified her father would find out.
However, her agent played down the seriousness of the incident yesterday (22.07.08).
Andy Varley said: "Peaches has made a full recovery from the minor incident reported in the newspapers.
"After attending the Batman premiere in Leicester Square, she is looking forward to work as usual."
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