NIJMEGEN – The suspects who on Monday are held at a drugslab in Nijmegen are family members of Sineke Baum-Peeters. It would go to the grandpa (71), uncle (47) and brother (24) of the 26-year-old singer, in the Netherlands in 2010 represented at the Eurovision song Contest with the song I’m in love (Sha-la-lie).
Both Sieneke if her family are upset by the news. “She is very frightened of everything that is currently happening within her family,” says her manager at The Guardian. “By the great uncertainty that there is, is to give a comprehensive response is not possible. Sieneke focused and full of pride in her family and singing career.”
The police discovered Monday morning a drugslab on a business park in Nijmegen. In a warehouse on the Binderskampweg found agents in a laboratory where synthetic drugs such as amphetamine, ecstasy or MDMA to be made.
Also on the grounds is a hennepkwekerij found. Because the chemical substances danger could produce was a large part of the business closed.
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