Ross Kemp revealed today how he lost the ability to speak after inhaling Spice while filming a new ITV prison documentary at HMP Belmarsh. The 55-year-old presenter breathed in a tiny amount of residue left in a vape by a comatose inmate at the high-security jail in Thamesmead, South East London. The form of the drug Kemp inhaled during six months of filming at the prison is called Man Down, which is a mixture of aluminium cleaner and insect killer. It comes amid a Spice epidemic in UK jails with an ambulance called to one every 42 minutes, and the drug becoming more potent since possession was outlawed. Kemp also met far-Right activist Tommy Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, who spent nine weeks at Belmarsh after being jailed for contempt of court. Ross Kemp lost the ability to speak after inhaling a tiny amount of Spice at HMP Belmarsh Residue was left in a vape by a comatose inmate at the jail in Thamesmead, South East London Prison officers and medical staff at HMP Belmarsh responded to a Code Blue, where a prisoner has difficulty breathing or is unconscious, following the incident involving Spice His reaction is part of the… Read full this story
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