A Houston woman was facing felony child endangerment charges Thursday after police allegedly found her and her 1-year-old baby both drunk on the infamous alcoholic energy drink Four Loko, local media reported.
According to Houston Police, Lashwanda Allen, 32, said she had been drinking Four Loko and fell asleep with her children next to her and the drink beside the bed.
When she awoke, she told police, her one-year-old daughter was holding an empty can and was stumbling around like she was drunk, KTRK reported.
Police said that the incident was reported to them after Allen's roommate found her wandering the halls of her north Houston apartment complex.
When the roommate asked of the whereabouts of Allen's two children, Allen replied that they were inside the apartment and drunk.
According to police, the roommate found Allen's four-month-old daughter hanging upside down from the bed, with sheets wrapped around her waist.
The baby girl was turning blue, police said.
Soon after, police said, a neighbor found Allen's one-year-old daughter in the complex's parking lot.
Allen's roommate called for an ambulance. According to police, the one-year-old was legally intoxicated with a blood alcohol content of .09.
Allen was being held Thursday at Harris County Jail on $2,000 bond.