A TEENAGER has been arrested over alleged drug offences following the death of 14-year-old Drumchapel girl Zoe Bremner.

The Knightswood Secondary pupil took ill in the early hours of Sunday, June 11, at a property at Dundasvale Court, Cowcaddens.

Two other teenagers, both 15, were also taken to hospital after falling ill and were later released.

Today, police confirmed a 16-year-old boy has been arrested and is currently detained in police custody.

As the Post previously reported, birthday balloons were released from Clydebank Town Hall on Monday in honours to the young dancer.

Friends in the Dancelicious school of dance, where Zoe was a member, released the balloons including ones with the teenager’s name as they sang happy birthday.

Laura Nicholson, a co-owner and teacher of the dance school, shared the public video and wrote: “All of Dancelicious singing happy birthday to our angel in the sky along with all of Zoe’s close friends and family.”

Earlier on Monday, Zoe’s school also paid tribute to the popular dancer.

Kay Dingwall, head teacher of Knightswood Secondary, said: “This is such tragic news and our heartfelt sympathies and prayers are with Zoe’s family and friends at this extremely sad time.

“Zoe was a really lovely girl and will be sorely missed by all the staff and pupils at the school.

“We will do all that we can to help and support young people and staff who will obviously be deeply affected by this saddest of news today and during the difficult days ahead.”

There have also been hundreds of condolence messages and support for the family across social media since the tragedy.

Zoe’s sister, Rebecca, also shared her heartbreak online and wished Zoe a happy 15th birthday in the early hours of Monday.

She tweeted on Sunday: “No words! Rest easy princess. Myself, mum, dad and [sister] Karla are in bits and you always knew how much we loved you. Family forever and ever.”

And on Monday she wrote: “Happy 15th birthday to my angel in the sky. Still can’t get my head around it princess. Not only my sister but my best friend. Love you loads.”

Police confirmed the death is being treated as unexplained. They said Zoe was at a party late afternoon on Saturday in the Yoker area before going to Dundasvale Court later in the evening.

A crowdfunder has raised more than £1,500 towards a £4,000 target to help pay for the funeral.

Stacey Fraser, who set up the page, wrote: “Zoe was 14 years old. She was a fun loving family girl with millions of friends and very popular and a talented dancer.

“Her life has been sadly ended with a tragic accident while out celebrating her birthday with friends. Any donations will be very appreciated at this sad time to help her family give Zoe the send off she deserves.”