Paragraph 10 reads: "She said her daughter had been prescribed the anti-depressant Seroxat, [Paxil] in 2000, after trying to harm herself".
This girl was 14 years old when she started on Paxil. Her crime was committed when she was 16.
Jail 'warned' of woman's overdose
An 18-year-old girl died of a drugs overdose in jail despite repeated warnings to prison authorities, her mother told an inquest on Monday.
Sarah Campbell died in Styal women's prison in Cheshire on 18 January 2003 - three days before her 19th birthday.
She was found dead one day into her sentence for manslaughter.
Her mother Pauline Campbell said her daughter, who had a history of self harm, tried to kill herself on remand in Styal.
The court heard how Campbell went from being a promising art student and tennis champion in her youth to a heroin addict who was eventually sentenced for the manslaughter of a pensioner on 16 May 2002.
The elderly woman collapsed and died of a heart attack after Campbell tried to rob money from her.
The inquest, at Warrington Town Hall, held a one minute silence, at Mrs Campbell's request, for her daughter, and five other prisoners who died within a year at Styal prison.
Retired lecturer Mrs Campbell, who broke down in tears, said she had made the prison aware numerous times her daughter was vulnerable and had been self-harming.
"My experience was that they would listen and say something would be done but I did not feel reassured or that anything would really be done."
She said her daughter had been prescribed the anti-depressant Seroxat, in 2000, after trying to harm herself.
Campbell was on the segregation unit at the jail when she told a nurse she had taken a "large quantity" of pills.
She was taken by ambulance to Wythenshawe Hospital in Manchester but died from a toxic level of drug in her blood despite doctors' attempts to save her.
The inquest, which is scheduled to last for two weeks, will hear from 39 witnesses.