Glamorous Bondi party girl begs judge to get out after 10pm so she can work while on bail over an alleged pizza delivery-style cocaine
- Danielle Hogan, 24, has been accused of being part of a Sydney cocaine trade
- The Bondi party girl asked to extend her curfew curfew by an hour
- She works as an event planner and asked for the new 11pm curfew to work
- Hogan and two other women are tried in September by the NSW court
A Bondi party girl has begged a judge to extend her bail curfew until 11pm so she can lead events leading up to her trial due to her alleged involvement in a Sydney drug ring.
Event planner Danielle Hogan, 24, faced Burwood Local Court on Wednesday after she was released on bail last year after a 12-day stay at Silverwater Prison.
She asked to extend her curfew from 10pm to 11pm so she could keep partying on bail, news.com.au reported.
Danielle Hogan (pictured) has begged a judge to extend her bail curfew until 11pm so she can lead events leading up to her trial due to her alleged involvement in a Sydney drug ring.
Event planner Danielle Hogan (photo), 24, faced Burwood Local Court on Wednesday after she was released on bail last year after a 12-day stay at Silverwater Prison
Hogan was arrested at her family’s home in North Bondi on November 7 for alleged involvement in the drug ring
Magistrate Susan Horan granted Hogan the extra hour on Wednesday, but said she should be accompanied by one of her parents while she is outside the family home.
“So she suggests taking one of her parents to work? The chaperone state remains unchanged, “said Horan.
She will face the NSW court in September next to Mandana Naghbi, 27 and Isabella Wu, 24.
All three women will be tried in September unless they choose not to plead guilty.
Hogan was arrested on November 7 at her home in North Bondi for her alleged involvement in the Harbor City drug delivery service.
Hogan (pictured), from North Bondi, was behind bars for 12 days after being arrested in her apartment on Thursday, November 7
Police say the glamorous event planner delivered 380g of cocaine to Sydneysiders between August and October 2019.
During this period, the party girl posted photos on Instagram of her glamorous life with trips to waterfront bars and ocean swimsuits in bikinis.
She was one of seven arrested by police in raids on Sydney during a strike force that targeted an alleged drug trafficking operation across the city.
She has been charged with five crimes, including two counts of continued drug supply and participation in a criminal group.
Hogan (pictured) was one of seven arrested by police in Sydney raids on strike force targeting an alleged drug trafficking operation in the city on November 7
Hogan (photo) must follow strict bail conditions, including living in her childhood home and reporting to Chatswood Police Station
Hogan started crying at a hearing in January, when the court heard that her anxiety and depression had gotten worse as a result of the police and incarceration.
Hogan is required to follow strict bail conditions, including living in her childhood home and reporting to Chatswood Police Station.
She is only allowed to leave the house between 06:00 and 23:00 in the company of her parents and is forbidden to contact her co-suspect or to use encryption apps on her mobile phone.
Hogan also had to hand in her passport.
Hogan (pictured) – who was the seventh person charged with the alleged drug ring – is accused of supplying 380g between August and October 2019