Lady Drug Trafficker Who Needed Money For Plastic Surgery, Dies After Cocaine Burst In Her Stomach by Ukpono Etuk

A Brazilian mother recorded a distressing farewell video to her family after a cocaine capsule she was smuggling inside her stomach burst, causing her to overdose.
Deyse Ricarte, 28, was carrying 71 grams of cocaine from Brazil to Portugal inside dozens of pellets when one of them burst, police say.

A panicked Ricarte, who has an 11-year-old son, sent the video from her Lisbon hotel room to a friend back home after she began to feel unwell.
In the footage she can be seen patting her chest several times and breathing heavily.
‘Do you think my face is swollen or is it normal?’ she asks the camera.
‘I think I’m going to die, my friend. Oh Lord, help me. My friend talk to my mum and tell her I love her and my dad. I’m not going to make it. God help me.’
Ricarte even sent a picture of the hotel’s business card to her friend so she could raise the alarm.

She flew from Belo Horizonte, south east Brazil on July 8 and was found dead at dawn the following day in the Sao Pedro Hotel.
Police believe she agreed to smuggle the drugs in return for £2,350.
Ricarte also spoke to her boyfriend in Brazil who lived with her.
The family friend, who declined to identify herself, told reporters the boyfriend‘talked to Deyse for about two hours until she gave her last breath and fell back.’
According to her family, ‘Deyse suffered a sudden death’. 
The autopsy report issued by Portuguese authorities indicated ‘drugs without authorisation were detected’ in her stomach.
Staff at the Lisbon hotel told Record TV that a man came to reception looking for the young woman, when she didn’t answer the phone, hotel security entered the room and found her dead.
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