WARNING: 5 Star resort suspected of drugging tourists in Mexico

Saturday, August 5, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Russel Davis
Saturday, August 05, 2017

An all-inclusive five-star resort in Mexico is in hot water as it was recently accused of serving tainted alcohol to its foreign patrons. According to an attorney representing the family of Abbey Conner, a 20-year-old patron who drowned at a pool at The Iberostar Hotel & Resorts’ Paraiso del Mar after partaking of the resort’s alcohol, he noticed that the resort was serving its customers with alcoholic drinks in great amounts. The attorney noted that the alcohol was of bad quality, and was mixed into different kinds of drinks.

Following Conner’s unfortunate passing, more cases of American vacationers experiencing sickness, blackouts, and injuries after drinking at Iberostar and other resorts around Cancun and Playa del Carmen have surfaced. According to an online report by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, one case involved two teenage brothers from Minnesota who woke up covered in mud with their shirts, shoes, mobile phones, and wallets missing.

Another case involved one Wisconsin woman who reported being assaulted while she and her husband were both unconscious. The alleged assault was supported by an examination carried out by her OB-GYN upon returning to Neenah. Her husband, on the other hand, woke up with a broken arm. According to his doctor, the “boxer’s break” was likely due to hitting someone.

In addition, at least three vacationers reported that local hospitals have required large sums of money for the treatment of the injuries they incurred after drinking supposedly tainted alcohol from the hotel. The local hospitals were part of the Hospiten chain. The resort was allegedly in contract with the hospital chain, and refers sick or injured patrons to any of its facilities.

Questionable alcohol concoctions seen as probable cause of blackouts

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