After a video she posted last week showing her having a few drinks with friends, the Finnish prime minister was unable to pass a drug test.
After a viral video of the “wild” party, Sanna Marin (36) stated that she had taken the drug test for her own legal protection.
She spoke at a Helsinki news conference and defended her actions, insisting that she has never used illegal drugs.
“I took a drug test today and the results will be available within one week. Marin stated that she has never used drugs in her life.
Her office stated Monday that no narcotics had been found in Prime Minister’s Drug Test.
Ms Marin was captured dancing and playing with her friends in social media clips, 18 August.
According to Finnish website Illtalehti, one of the video subjects was accused of using a cocaine euphemism.
She denied any allegations of drug use at party but stated that she was disappointed that the videos had been made public.
Six people were shown dancing and imitating a song in front a camera. Ms Marin was one of them.
Later, she can be seen dancing and syncing while on her knees on the dance floor.
According to reports, the party took place in private flats. Several Finnish media personalities were seen in the clips.
“I am disappointed that they have become public. I enjoyed the evening with my friends. Yes, it was wild and partying. “Danced and sang,” Ms Marin was quoted by Finnish broadcaster YLE as saying last week.
“I have never used drugs or any other substance. According to Hufvudstadsbladet, she stated that she has danced, sung, and partyed and did perfectly legal things.
Many people have supported Ms. Marin, who is one of the youngest leaders in the world, and women from Finland sharing their own videos.
Critics pointed out that Finland is facing many issues as a result of the Ukraine war, which includes high electricity prices.
Finland shares an 832-mile border with Russia. The country recently requested to be a member of the NATO alliance.