A GIRL who died from a suspected drugs overdose in the early hours of Bank Holiday Monday has been named locally as 18-year-old Courtney Chamberlain.

Police were called to The Warehouse nightclub in Leeds at 3.18am after being contacted by staff at Leeds General Infirmary, reporting an 18-year-old girl had been brought into hospital after collapsing in the nightclub.

She was pronounced dead a short time later.

The girl has been named localled as Courtney Chamberlain, 18, from Pudsey, but her identity is yet to be confirmed by police.

Flowers left at the scene outside the nightclub also pay glowing tributes to Courtney.

Detective Inspector Amanda Wimbles of Leeds CID, said: “Taking illegal substances is incredibly dangerous and I would urge anyone considering doing so to think twice before doing so.

“We are supporting the family of the deceased.”

A man, aged 19, was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs.

Ella Gacem, a friend of Courtney's, paid tribute to her close friend.

She said: "Courtney I am lost for words and I always will be.

"You were beautiful inside and out and I am so lucky that I got to create some of the best memories with you that I will never forget!

"I will always remember your silly laugh and caring ways! I saw so much of me in you and you were like the little sister I never had.

"I will cherish every moment we spent together and I will miss you always, I love you so much! Rest in peace beautiful, until we meet again."