A PAIR of newborn twins drowned in their own blood after their mum allegedly went on a coke and ecstasy binge while pregnant.
The unnamed youngsters died after just two days outside the womb when Tiffany Roberts, 29, gave birth to them on Saturday.
Both tots tested positive for cocaine after being born, according to Tennessee paper Times-Press.
Roberts, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, allegedly fell short of breath after taking MDMA on Saturday.
She was rushed to hospital, where docs prepared her for emergency labour – even though she had been pregnant for just 23 weeks.
Sharing a photo of the newborns, she wrote: “Bless these beautiful babies girls came early but they gonna be strong.”
But the twins died on Tuesday after a brave battle against internal haemorrhaging.
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Roberts allegedly tested positive for drugs including cocaine, oxycodone, roxicodone and methamphetamine on three different days throughout her pregnancy.
She was charged with first-degree murder of a viable fetus as a victim, as well as aggravated child abuse or neglect.
Writing on Facebook, her sister said: “God knows her heart and thats all matters she didnt intentionally kill the girls she has had a serious problem since grade school and she has lived in the streets her whole life and even her childhood … ‘its all she knows.’”
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