In the fall of a mother the & # 39; Spunky Mumma Barbie Doll & # 39; before being put in prison for running a drug trade
- Chelsea Djukich, 42, pleaded guilty to 20 drug-related charges on Tuesday
- The mother had a history of human trafficking, such as ice cream, MDMA and cocaine
- Djukich had also stolen clothing and household items from bins
A mother of two who herself the & # 39; Spunky Mumma Barbie Doll & # 39; was imprisoned for five years after being caught in drug trafficking, including MDMA, cocaine and ice.
Chelsea Djukich, 42, pleaded guilty to 20 indictments, including drug trafficking, possession and supplies at the Brisbane Supreme Court on Tuesday.
The social media accounts of the Sunshine Coast woman painted a picture of a lush lifestyle with a stream of bikini-clad photos and hid her long history of drug abuse.
Chelsea Djukich (photo) has been detained for five years after he was found guilty of 20 drug-related charges
Djukich was caught in 2015 after she was caught selling meth to finance her drug addiction.
She was released on bail but was in hot water a year later when she sold drugs to an undercover agent.
After her arrest, Djukich was given bail, but did not appear in court in November 2016.
The 42-year-old gave himself to the police in December but fled to Sydney before being extradited to Queensland in October 2018.
Djukich (photo) had a long criminal history in which drugs such as ice cream, cocaine and MDMA were sold
The court also found that the mother was apparently stealing clothes and things from charity bins.
& # 39; There are other people in the grip of addiction who come here and plead guilty at an early stage, & # 39; said justice Elizabeth Wilson, The Sunshine Coast Daily reported.
& # 39; It is clear from the evidence that you need rehabilitation. & # 39;
Djukich is eligible for conditional release in June 2020, where she will participate in a rehabilitation program.
The Sunshine Coast mother of two had also stolen clothing and things from charity bins
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