Amanda says two weeks before her son, Luca, turned 14, she got a call that changed her life forever.
“I was told Luca’s dead,” Amanda says. “The cause of death was listed as an accidental overdose.”

Shelly says in June 2020, she walked into her 20-year-old daughter, Hana’s, bedroom and found her cold and lifeless. “My daughter, Hana, was 20 years old when she died from taking a quarter of a pill that wound up being 100% fentanyl,” Shelly says. “Hana never did drugs, but Hana made a choice one night, and it wound up costing her her life.”
Hear these moms’ stories in the video above, including where they say their children obtained the drugs – and why they say they were murdered.
On Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, "When One Pill Kills," hear from other families who say their children also purchased counterfeit pills on social media, and how all the families say they are demanding changes to laws, policies, and accountability from social media companies. Check local listings to see where you can watch.

If you would like to write to your local district attorney regarding enacting Alexandra’s law in plea deals for fentanyl drug dealers, click here for a sample letter provided by Nathan Hochman and Matt Capelouto.

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