Grace Athanatos, also known as adult content model Grace Evelyn, was caught by search dogs while sneaking into the Marlo Music Festival in Sydney Olympic Park with 5.6g of the drug stuffed in a knotted condom inside her genitals. The young woman was found guilty of supplying drugs, even though the amount on her was less than the commercial amount.
The substance that the young model carried in her vagina burned her head
Grace Athanatos was found guilty of supplying the substance but escaped both a conviction and a fine in Burwood County Court on Monday, July 25. Instead, she received a 12-month parole order with no fines.
Athanatos thanked her lawyer on her social media account and wrote, “A big round of applause for my savior Ahmed Dib for helping me, a very surprising result to be honest. Highly recommended if you’re naughty like me.”
Court documents revealed that dogs started barking in the area around Athanatos as he waited to enter the festival at around 9 PM on the evening of May 14. Athanatos immediately admitted the situation and said she carried the drug in her genital.
‘I just wanted some fun’
A model who ‘inside’ pirated cocaine into a live event demands she is a ‘decent young lady’ as she ends her quiet about the embarrassing second she was gotten and strip looked.
Elegance Evelyn, a 24-year-old business understudy, was hanging tight external the show lobby for a DJ MaRLo show at Sydney Olympic Park at around 9pm on May 14 when sniffer canines started to bark around her.
At the point when police requested to look through Ms Evelyn outside, she started to cry.
Rather than joining close by revelers and moving for the following three hours, she was left making sense of for the police they wouldn’t track down her restricted reserve with a search.
Ms Evelyn admitted to police she had a condom, tied off and containing a limited quantity of cocaine, reserved in her vagina, court records said.
She told police the unlawful substance was for dividing among her and her sweethearts and that she, when all is said and done, had up until this point just taken a solitary ‘knock’ of cocaine.
In a confidential room strip search, Ms Evelyn showed police the substance, letting them know she had paid $300 for it – the regular road worth of 0.7 to one gram of cocaine.
Sydney’s relationship with cocaine detonated over the most recent 20 years, with the hunger for the medication across the city turning out to be progressively ‘unquenchable’.
Television entertainers, models and wannabe criminals who present on Instagram in two-pieces or with extravagance vehicles showing their tattoos and hoodlum bling have been captured, sentenced and shipped off to prison.
NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics figures delivered for the current year showed a 12.5 percent increment of cocaine use and ownership captures over the five years until 2020, while drugs like rapture had declined in notoriety.
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission recommends the country’s base of cocaine clients is ‘expanding’, with a developing social worthiness of the medication.
Drug makers of cocaine in South America consider Australia to be a rewarding business sector for huge products because of its excessive cost – about $300 a gram – on Sydney roads.
NSW Police Minister David Elliott has recently pummeled the ‘cocaine culture’ which is especially overflowing in Sydney’s eastern rural areas.