The Finnish prime minister has tested negative in a drug test she took after a video last week showed her partying with friends.
Sanna Marin, 36, said on Friday that she was taking the drugs test “for her own legal protection” after video of the “wild” party emerged on social media.
Speaking at a news conference in Helsinki, she defended her actions and insisted she had never used illegal drugs.
“I have today taken a drug test and the results will come within a week. Never in my life have I used drugs,” Ms Marin said.
Her office said on Monday: “No narcotics were found in the prime minister’s drug test.”
The prime minister was filmed playing to the camera and dancing with friends in social media clips on 18 August.
One of the people in the videos was accused of shouting out a euphemism for cocaine, according to Finnish site Illtalehti.
She denied allegations of drug use at the party, but added that she was “disappointed” the videos were made public.
A video showed six people dancing and mimicking a song in front of a camera, including Ms Marin.
Later, she is seen on her knees on what seems to be the dance floor with her arms behind her head dancing while lip-syncing.
The party is said to have taken place at private flats and several Finnish media personalities appeared in the clips.
“I’m disappointed that they’ve become public. I spent the evening with friends. Partied, pretty wild, yes. Danced and sang,” Finland broadcaster YLE quoted her as saying last week.
“I have not used drugs myself, or anything other than alcohol. I’ve danced, sung and partied and done perfectly legal things,” Ms Marin added, according to the Hufvudstadsbladet newspaper.
Many people have expressed support for Ms Marin, who is among the world’s youngers leaders but critics pointed out that Finland is currently in the midst of issues due to the Ukraine war, including high electricity prices.
Finland has an 832-mile-long land border with Russia, and the country recently asked to join the NATO alliance.