Eastbourne clubber issues warning after suffering horrific injuries on night out

Tasmin Adcock SUS-140813-090422001
Tasmin Adcock SUS-140813-090422001

A 21-year-old girl who claims her drink was spiked at the weekend is urging other clubbers to be careful and vigilant after she suffered horrific injuries on a night out.

Tazmin Adcock was enjoying a meal in Tunbridge Wells on Saturday night with her friend, Jake Hogben, when they spontaneously decided to go to TJs nightclub in Terminus Road.

The pair, who were sober when they arrived having driven back into Eastbourne, didn’t enter the club until 1.15am but from 2am, everything is a haze.

Tazmin came to in an alleyway behind Debenhams with a broken clavicle and blood covering her face from a possible broken nose. She also had cuts and scratches on her arms, legs and knees but had absolutely no recollection of leaving TJs or making her way to Lismore Road.

Jake, who is an assistant nurse, remembers Tazmin falling over and calling a taxi back to his home address.

Tazmin was taken to hospital when she woke up in agony on Sunday afternoon, unable to move her arm. She will find out on Monday whether she needs an operation to fit a plate into her shoulder.

Police are investigating the possibility the pair had their drinks spiked inside the club. They are not investigating a possible assault.

See Friday’s Eastbourne Herald for the full story.