A drug test taken by Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin in the wake of criticism of video images of her dancing at a party has come back negative, the government said on Monday, writes MIA.
Marin said she had undergone a drugs test on Friday, amid mounting criticism after videos emerged of her dancing with her friends at a private party in her free time.
One of the videos had fueled rumors about how drugs might have been involved at the party about two weeks ago.
The 36-year-old Marin has repeatedly said that she has had never used drugs, explaining that when partying with her friends, she only drank alcohol.
The video images have divided the nation, unleashing a debate about Marin’s appearances in public. But the prime minister emphasized her right to spend her free time in the same way others her age do.