Meth-addict parents to be drug tested and will have their children taken away if they fail

  • The new testing regime was announced on Tuesday in Queensland 
  • It comes after the shocking death of Caboolture toddler Mason Jet Lee
  • Parents who enter into an IPA order will be drug tested by doctors
  • If they fail those tests, the at-risk kids will be taken away from them 

Ice users will have their children taken away from them if they fail new mandatory drug tests in Queensland.

Child Safety Minister Shannon Fentiman announced the new testing regime on Tuesday after the shocking death of Caboolture toddler Mason Jet Lee.

Under the plan, parents who enter into an Intervention with Parental Agreement (IPA) order with child safety authorities must submit to being drug tested by GPs.

Child Safety Minister Shannon Fentiman announced the new testing regime on Tuesday after the shocking death of Caboolture toddler Mason Jet Lee (pictured)
Child Safety Minister Shannon Fentiman announced the new testing regime on Tuesday after the shocking death of Caboolture toddler Mason Jet Lee (pictured)

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