A "stunning and beautiful" mum of three "who had a few demons but fought them" died after a movie night at her best friend's house.
Kirsty Dolan, who her family say "had so much to look forward to", sadly died as a result of drugs poisoning after she took a combination of narcotics including cocaine and heroin.
The 37-year-old was discovered by her best friend of 10 years at a house in Marfleet Lane on May 26, 2020 after the pair had spent the night "laughing and joking" while watching movies.
The loving grandmother-to-be was described by her mother Julie Burns as "beautiful, funny and she loved her children".
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"She had a few demons but she did manage to fight them and she was doing really really well and she had so much to look forward to.
"She was going to be a nana and she now has another grandchild on the way so she had everything to live for. She was just loved."
As a child Kirsty was always "happy and bubbly" and never struggled to make friends, according to her mum.
She later developed a passion for hair and beauty and was known for her long dark hair. She attended Hull College to study hair and beauty when she became pregnant aged 17.
Ms Burns said she was "shocked" at the passing of her daughter who she had seen her four days before her death. She said her daughter was excited about becoming grandma, with "no cause for concern".
An inquest at Hull Coroner's Court heard evidence from both the friend who discovered Kirsty and his father who shared the property where she was sadly found dead.
Assistant Coroner Lorraine Harris described the pair's evidence about the discovery of Kirsty's body in a bedroom at the property as "conflicting and confusing".
She concluded the inquest by saying: "I am going to record it as drug related because I think that that covers the conclusion in a way that is open to interpretation of the various matters we cannot find sound evidence on."