Airport troubles / admitted something I shouldn’t have. What to do?
So recently I got back from a trip from Las Vegas coming out of YVR, I went there for a week for EDC. Coming back first of all I missed my flight, Alaska airlines couldn’t get me out of LAS til the next day which ended up in a huge headache, me out an extra almost five hundred and ended up pretty much staying at the airport all night.
Coming back into Canada finally, I was pulled into customs. Right away they start accusing me of being high or having drugs on me even though I wasn’t high and didn’t have drugs on me besides my actual thyroid medication. They tore apart my bag and asked me all the questions. Of course at first I denied ever trying drugs or doing them on vacation. The CBSA officer literally lost it on me, threatened me and told me she “knows I’m a liar.”
So me, over 30 hours of no sleep, hungover form a week of partying in Vegas I was weak and admitted to taking a pill at the music festival to the CBSA officer. I was then detained, strip searched and let go because well, they did not find anything. But I’m supposed to be going back to the US for a road trip in July.
So my question here is, is the CBSA going to let the IS CBP know about my admitting to this, and when my passport is scanned at the US border is this all going to come up and result in me being denied or banned for life? I do not have a criminal record nor have I been arrested. Do I need a pardon, waiver or is there anything I can do?
I’m just worried that the US CBP will find this all out and deny or worse ban me for life. Any advice?