Peaches Geldof apparently had a drug overdose, as an ambulance was called on Sunday. Sadly, it seems as if Peaches is going down the same road as her mother, Paula Yates, who died of a heroin overdose.
Peaches Geldof is reported by The Sun to have been treated by paramedics after a suspected drug overdose at her home on Sunday.
Peaches Geldof, 19 year-old daughter to Sir Bob Geldof was said to have been given mouth-to-mouth by a friend to revive her, as well as chest compressions, as they waited for the ambulance to arrive.
Recently, Peaches Geldof was recently caught on video buying drugs. This sounds very reminiscent of her late mother’s, Paula Yates, TV presenter, dabbling in drugs that led to her overdose death in 2000.
Emergency crews found Peaches Geldof unconscious in her flat. Peaches was revived successfully but she refused to go to the hospital for fear her father, Bob Geldof would find out.
A London Ambulance confirmed their paramedics had been at the scene. A spokeswoman said: “We were called shortly before 4:45pm yesterday (Sunday) to an address in London N1, to reports of a female patient taken ill. We sent an ambulance, a bicycle responder and a fast response car to the scene. Following assessment, the patient did not need hospital treatment.”
She denied reports that her father had put her under a curfew. Bob Geldof, 56-year-old Boomtown Rats singer and Live Aid organizer, was said to have ordered Peaches to move into his home in Battersea, South London.
Peaches denied she was under restriction saying, “I don’t have a curfew and I never have,” she declared. She continued saying, “I’m almost a 20-year-old woman and I can look after myself. My father doesn’t shut me in my room and lock the door. He’s not even that strict. He never has been.”
Peaches Geldof does TV presenting, and also sings.
After Peaches Geldof’s close call, she felt well enough to get back on the social scene Monday night, to attend the premiere of the “Dark Knight”.
Peaches Geldof and sister, Pixie Geldof, are the Paris and Nicky Hilton’s of Britian.