Bulimic student ‘killed by toxic slimming pills’


A businessman and two colleagues killed a student by selling her toxic slimming pills made with chemicals used in First World War bombs, a court heard. Eloise Aimee Parry, 21, from Shrewsbury, Shropshire, suffered from bulimia and died after taking just eight capsules containing the fat-burning chemical dinitrophenol (DNP). Bernard Rebelo, 30, and his partners Albert Huynh, 33, and Mary Roberts, 32, are accused of manslaughter and placing unfit food on the market after selling her the pills online. DNP…

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