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Jordan Gratwick, 26, was left fitting and 'foaming at the mouth' in the garden of the large country house after taking a significant quantity of the drug
He allegedly used ecstasy, also known as MDMA, in the summer house with couple Laima Sinka and Brandon Hearsey, who he'd met for the first time that evening at a nightclub.
The inquest heard the trio left Moo Moo's nightclub in nearby Fleet by taxi in the early hours of June 3 stopping so Mr Gratwick could withdraw money from a supermarket cashpoint.
Police told the inquest they believed the cash may have been subsequently used to buy the MDMA, which they allegedly all took.
In a statement, Ms Sinka claimed in the summer house Mr Gratwick placed his hand on her thigh.
Ms Sinka said her boyfriend took exception and told Mr Gratwick, a keen bodybuilder, not to touch her, and the pair had a discussion in the garden while she was being sick.'
Having gone outside, the pair returned and she added: 'Brandon and Jordan came back and Jordan was standing in the doorway.
'I wanted to leave, but Jordan prevented me by standing in the doorway.
'It appeared Jordan was not listening and he appeared to be spaced out.
'He put his hands around Brandon's neck. I was really scared because I thought Jordan was going to kill Brandon and rape me.'
The two men then walked to the side of the summer house, when Mr Gratwick then fell to floor, Basingstoke Coroner's Court, Hants, heard.
A statement from Mr Hearsey, recalling the moment, said: 'He was just staring into my eyes and was non responsive.
'I pulled his arms off me and he let go. He went round the corner and then fell to the ground.
'He fell on to his front. I then moved him to the recovery position. He turned blue and started fitting. Foam was coming out of his mouth.'
Laima Sinka and Brandon Hearsey said they were invited back to Mr Gratwick's parents' home
Ms Sinka ran to the house and woke Mr Gratwick's father, who came outside to help his son until paramedics arrived.
However, they were unable to save him.
A post mortem investigation found Mr Gratwick had a 'concentration of MDMA in blood that is significantly raised and likely to result in toxicity' cartier silver love bracelet.
Mr Gratwick's partner Elizabeth Reynolds told the inquest he took various brands of steroids and had made an appointment to get support with alcohol problems.
She added: 'I know he had been into bodybuilding and spent a lot of time in the gym prior to our relationship.
'He was using a large amount of steroids. He had different brands which he would inject into the shoulder or thigh area.'
Mr Gratwick had been working for Virgin since May, after being made redundant by technology giant Siemens.
Coroner Andrew Bradley, who knew the family in a professional capacity, recorded a verdict of misadventure
PC Stephen Poynter, who spoke to the nightclub manager, told the hearing Mr Gratwick told door staff he earned 80,000 a year and that Ms Sinka may have been 'dazzled' by his money.
The legitimacy of Mr Hersey and Ms Sinka's witness statements were called into question by MrBradley who viewed them "with suspicion" but he commented that he "couldn't say they were lying".
He said that Mr Gratwick was 'perhaps weak' in his use of drugs such as MDMA and steroids and he believed the couple wanted to be with him in order to participate in a 'drug culture'.
Mr Bradley added: 'I have absolutely no doubt Jordan was used to achieve their ends they got the use of drugs.
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