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Boxer Lauryn Eagle is convicted of drug driving

  • Boxer and model Lauryn Eagle was convicted of drug driving and fined $600
  • Her licence disqualified for six months after pleading guilty to the charged
  • The magistrate refused Eagle’s application to have no conviction recorded

Boxer and swimsuit model Lauryn Eagle has been convicted of drug driving.

Eagle, 29, was fined $600 and her licence was disqualified for six months by magistrate Hugh Donnelly in Sydney’s Downing Centre Local Court on Tuesday.

The magistrate rejected Eagle’s application to have no conviction recorded, noting her poor traffic record. 

Boxer and swimsuit model Lauryn Eagle (pictured) has been convicted of drug driving

Eagle (pictured, right with her lawyer Adam Houda, left), 29, was fined $600 and her licence was disqualified for six months by magistrate Hugh Donnelly in Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court on Tuesday

Eagle (pictured, right with her lawyer Adam Houda, left), 29, was fined $600 and her licence was disqualified for six months by magistrate Hugh Donnelly in Sydney’s Downing Centre Local Court on Tuesday

He referred to evidence the methamphetamine detected in her system was an ingredient of Desoxyn, a drug prescribed to her in the US to treat ADHD.

However, he stated that ‘by driving with the drug in her system, she put other road users at risk,’ Nine News reported.

Eagle was pulled over at Peakhurst in Sydney’s south for a random drug test on July 12, 2017.

She tested positive for methamphetamine, and was later tested again at Kogarah police station.

The magistrate rejected Eagle's (pictured, centre, with her lawyer Adam Houda, left) application to have no conviction recorded, noting her poor traffic record

The magistrate rejected Eagle’s (pictured, centre, with her lawyer Adam Houda, left) application to have no conviction recorded, noting her poor traffic record

The magistrate rejected Eagle's application to have no conviction recorded, noting her poor traffic record (pictured is Eagle, right, during a fight with Nicki Bigwood, left, in 2013)

The magistrate rejected Eagle’s application to have no conviction recorded, noting her poor traffic record (pictured is Eagle, right, during a fight with Nicki Bigwood, left, in 2013)



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