TikTok star fights back tears in court as he admits to selling cocaine on a wild night
- Eessa Abdallah faced court on drug charges
- He is known for his irreverent TikTok @eessavibe
A TikTok star has been emotional after he admitted to supplying cocaine for two nights in Sydney’s luxurious eastern suburbs.
Eessa Abdallah appeared in Sydney Downing Center Local Court on Monday after pleading guilty to supplying a prohibited drug and finding it to be the supply of an illegal drug.
The 22-year-old is a well-known social media personality who has earned more than 610,000 followers on TikTok with his comedic skits, food videos, and unfiltered opinions.
He was dressed modestly in black with a long coat, Armani scarf and loafers as he sat in the courtroom next to a supporter.
The Georges Hall resident was at a location in Darlinghurst at 8:40pm on March 25 last year when he supplied less than a gram of cocaine to a third party.
Eessa Abdallah lashed out at the media outside Sydney Local Court Downing Center on Monday after pleading guilty to drug charges.
Abdallah is a well-known social media personality who has earned more than 610,000 followers on TikTok with his comedic skits, food videos, and unfiltered opinions.
A month later, he had less than a gram of cocaine in his possession while in an establishment in Woollahra shortly before midnight.
Police say the amount of cocaine showed the TikTok star intended to supply the illicit drug to someone else.
The court was told that Abdallah was subject to a probation order when he committed the offences, in violation of the original charges.
Court documents reveal that he received good behavior bond after he pleaded guilty to two counts of possession of a prohibited drug and driving a motor vehicle when his license was suspended.
The most recent drug charges didn’t stop his social media activity, however, as the social media star posted an irreverent TikTok on the day of the second offense.
Just hours before he was charged with the second offense, Abdallah told his tens of thousands of followers to head to Illawong if they were looking for sugar daddies.
“If you want to know where the money is, it’s in Illawong,” he said on his eessavibe account.
‘The sugar daddies are here. I can smell it.’
Abdallah was expected to be sentenced for supplying cocaine on Monday, a year after he was charged.
However, his lawyer, Mohammed Shukur, asked the court to adjourn the matter for a month to allow the TikToker to receive mental health treatment.
“It is clear that he may need psychological help,” he said.
Magistrate Greg Grogin agreed to delay the matter until early August.
Abdallah is not restricted by any bail conditions and will continue to reside at his home in South West Sydney.
Outside of court, he became agitated and upset when questioned about the charges.
In 2021, Abdallah made headlines when he broke down in tears describing his anguish at seeing his mother suffer through Covid.
“You are ruining my life,” he told a reporter.
Abdallah will return to court next month to face his fate for drug offences.
She made headlines in 2021 when she broke down in tears while describing her heartbreak watching her mother suffer through Covid.
He admitted to his followers that he had previously been skeptical about the virus in the emotional and heartfelt speech.