The newly surfaced video
of a 2-year-old child "rolling" on ecstasy could be real or
fake, but the cops are on it.
In the video, a toddler, who appears to be around 2 years
of age, sits huddled on the floor in the back seat of a minivan,
her eyes rolling back in her head as the young women in the car
tease, laugh and poke at her. At times, she looks unresponsive
to a teen playing with her face and sticking iPod speakers in
At least four females, who appear to be in their teens or early
20's, are captured on tape laughing at the little girl as she
sits stone-faced throughout most of the 2 minute clip. Another
child, also not wearing a seat belt, can be seen in the back
seat of the vehicle. "She's rolling, girl, she's rolling," a
female voice could be heard on the video.
A spokesman for the Harris County Sheriff's
Office, told ABC News that the police does not have enough
information at this time to determine if the video is real, and
the child has actually been given ecstasy. According to the
sheriffs, the story of the occupants in the minivan is - they
made the girl pretend she was on the drug. FBI agents from
Houston are also looking into the case and talking to the young
girl. Child services are another agency involved in the case.
The video of the toddler on ecstasy was
quickly taken off YouTube.
You can watch the toddler on ecstasy video
below, warning, adult