Playboy model gets caught with cocaine, ice and fantasy at a police traffic stop, but runs free with a slap on the wrist after she blames her ex for her involvement in drugs
- A former Playboy model was caught with drugs after the police identified her car
- Azzra Hughes white Range Rover was stopped on July 3 on the Gold Coast
- The police found the drugs ice, cocaine and fantasy during their search for the car
- Hughes pleaded guilty to five charges and received a fine of $ 1,000 on Tuesday
A former Playboy model caught with drugs during a traffic jam has tried to accuse her ex-boyfriend of being involved in using illegal drugs.
Azzra Hughes, who now works as a model and high-end private waitress, walked out of the court on Tuesday with a $ 1000 fine after being caught with ice, cocaine and fantasy.
Police had focused on Mrs. Hughes' white Range Rover after receiving the information that the car was being used for drug supply, the court was told according to Gold Coast Bulletin.
A former Playboy model caught with drugs during a traffic jam has tried to blame her bikie-ex-boyfriend for being involved in using the illegal drugs
Azzra Hughes, who now works as a model and high-end private waitress, walked out of the court on Tuesday with a $ 1000 fine after being caught with ice, cocaine and fantasy
The car was stopped by officers on July 3 just after 9 p.m. in Helensavle on the Gold Coast, where they conducted a roadside drug test.
The test yielded a negative result, but based on intelligence, the officers searched the vehicle.
The search found 0.71 g of ice cream and 0.811 g of cocaine in the driver's door.
1.35 g of the medication fantasy was also found in multiple vials in the car.
Her defense lawyer, Campbell MacCallum, wrote that Hughes became involved in drugs because of the influence of an ex-boyfriend.
After appearing in court last year for drugs, Hughes traveled overseas to Canada and London, where she worked as a model.
When she returned to the Gold Coast, her lawyer said she was starting a relationship with a man who introduced her to cocaine and fantasy.
& # 39; Fortunately, that relationship has ended. It seems that the target of this specific operation (her former partner) was the primary target & he said.
Hughes pleaded guilty to five allegations, including possession of dangerous drugs.
Magistrate Kay Philipson imposed a fine of $ 1000 on Hughes – taking into account the fact that she spent three weeks on a drug rehabilitation program.
Hughes had not included a conviction.
After a previous appearance in the drug court last year, Hughes traveled overseas to Canada and London, where she worked as a model
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