Officials Warn Of Kids Selling New Street Drug ‘Paint’ At School


School officials in California are warning parents about students selling a new psychedelic street drug called “Paint.”

Nation Caramazza was stunned after a letter was sent home by Mesa Verde High School administrators in Citrus Heights. Her son, Cipper, is a sophomore at the school. The letter is alerting parents about students secretly selling the new street drug. They say Paint is a pill with psychedelic effects and is known to be highly addictive.

“I’m thinking, ‘How on Earth are kids getting a hold of that?’ ” she told KOVR-TV in Sacramento. “These things can be really dangerous because you don’t know what’s in them.”

Thankfully, Cipper hasn’t encountered the drug, but he’s worried that he might find himself in a potentially dangerous situation.

“No one’s tried to sell it to me, but I’ve had friends say that people are trying to sell it to them and it’s scary because I’m like, ‘What if someone tries to sell it to me’ and things go haywire because I say no,” Cipper said.

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