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Feda Merhi, 30, (photo) was arrested in May with associated Laila Elali, 26, after supplying alleged cocaine to affluent residents in Bondi

Glamorous accused & # 39; dial-a-dealer & # 39; cocaine runner who told police that she did not appreciate & # 39; accepting that she was arrested in drugs and then traveling to Bali for a vacation is to accept a plea

  • Accused drug dealer Feda Merhi was arrested in May for drug failure
  • Laila Elali, 26, and Feda Merhi, 30, were arrested by the police in May as part of the stab
  • The women had changed their bail so that they could go on holiday to Bali
  • Merhi has now said that she will plead guilty in her next trial
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A suspicious drug dealer who told the police & # 39; that she didn't appreciate this & # 39; when she was arrested and released to go on vacation pending prosecution, a plea will be accepted.

Feda Merhi, 30, was arrested in May with associate Laila Elali, 26, after supplying alleged cocaine to affluent residents in Bondi.

Both women are accused of dealing with the proceeds of crime, possession of cannabis and supplying cocaine, but have been on bail since their arrest.

Feda Merhi, 30, (photo) was arrested in May with associated Laila Elali, 26, after supplying alleged cocaine to affluent residents in Bondi

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Feda Merhi, 30, (photo) was arrested in May with associated Laila Elali, 26, after supplying alleged cocaine to affluent residents in Bondi

According to The Daily Telegraph, Ms. Merhi will plead guilty in her next trial.

Merhi, and a colleague accused Elali, had varied their bail by Waverley Local Court in June so that they could remain in Bali despite the charges.

At the time, the officer responsible for the drug failure told the court that they did not support & # 39; to let the couple go on vacation.

However, both women were still allowed to visit the popular tourist spot while their case was being processed by the legal system.

As part of the bail variation, both women provided a deposit of $ 5,000.

Merhi was among 55 people ranging from kingpins to small buyers, who were accused during a three-week anti-drug stab by NSW Police Strike Force Northrop.

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More than three weekends in May, civilian officers carried out arrests with suspected drug suppliers on the outskirts of Sydney in Coogee, Bondi and Paddington.

The 30-year-old Feda Merhi (photo) will plead guilty in her next trial

The 30-year-old Feda Merhi (photo) will plead guilty in her next trial

The 30-year-old Feda Merhi (photo) will plead guilty in her next trial

Feda Merhi, 30, was arrested in May with associate Laila Elali, 26, after supplying alleged cocaine to affluent residents in Bondi (shown together during their arrest)

Feda Merhi, 30, was arrested in May with associate Laila Elali, 26, after supplying alleged cocaine to affluent residents in Bondi (shown together during their arrest)

Feda Merhi, 30, was arrested in May with associate Laila Elali, 26, after supplying alleged cocaine to affluent residents in Bondi (shown together during their arrest)

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At the time of their arrest, the police said the women were in possession of cocaine, cannabis and $ 26,000 in cash.

When Elali was led away by the police, she told an officer: & I really do not appreciate this & # 39 ;.

The policeman then closed her by answering: & # 39; Well, you shouldn't be involved in the drug supply? & # 39;

Investigators also claim to have found drugs and a number of cell phones in a hidden compartment in the car.

During the three weekends, the police grabbed 290 grams of cocaine, 13 grams of MDMA, 110 grams of cannabis and $ 63,000 in cash.

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In total, 28 people were accused of drug supply and 27 of drug possession.

Operation Strike Force Northrop was initiated by the NSW Police to investigate the continuous supply of medicines to the eastern suburbs of Sydney.

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