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Demi Campbell (Image: Daily Record)Get daily updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Demi, 18, died early on Tuesday morning, allegedly after taking fake pills which have been linked to a series of deaths in both Scotland and Northern Ireland.Designer death labels: the glamorous branding of deadly pills revealed A police spokesman said last night: “Following investigations into the death of an 18 year old woman in Alexandria, Dunbartonshire, on July 19, a 24 year old man has been arrested.”He is presently detained in police custody in connection with the allegation that he is concerned in the supply of controlled drugs.”A full report will be sent to the procurator fiscal.”The man is expected to appear at Dumbarton Sheriff Court today.Demi took pills at a house party on Monday with three male friends.The friends were all released from hospital after treatment.The arrest comes as police issued a warning to music fans attending this weekend’s T in the Park festival not to take any risks with drugs.The death toll from the “Rolex” batch of fake ecstasy has now reached 17 with seven deaths in Scotland and 10 in Northern Ireland.The other suspected Scottish victims include Nick Donnelly, 19, of Glasgow, who died last month.Police say some of the pills contained dangerous methoxy amphetamine, known as PMA.Police renewed a warning over fake ecstasy yesterday after pills were seized in a drugs bust in Aberdeen.The batch of drugs were found to contain PMA.PMA, known as Dr. Death, causes hallucinogenic and ?intoxicating effects but can also cause complications leading to death.Police Scotland are now appealing for information on the tablets as many revellers prepare to head to T in the Park this weekend.It will be the first time the ?nationwide single force has handled official duties for the festival at Balado, near Kinross, which is ?celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.As organisers prepared to open the gates today, Aberdeen based Chief Inspector George MacDonald warned the public to stay away from the potentially lethal tablets.He said: “The exact contents of these particular pills are unknown at this time. What we have found is that they contain more than one class C drug as well as PMA.”While these tablets do not feature the Rolex logo found on those in the Glasgow area, they do contain the same toxic substance..