A model who bragged about avoiding arrest while selling hundreds of ecstasy pills has been jailed for four years.
Georgia-Lee Lucinda Chapman faced the Supreme Court in Brisbane on December 21 where she pleaded guilty to eight charges, including drug trafficking.
Justice Peter Davis sentenced her to four years in jail, to be suspended after eight months, for trafficking between November 2014 and August 2015.
A model (pictured) who bragged about avoiding arrest while selling hundreds of ecstasy pills has been jailed for four years
Georgia-Lee Lucinda Chapman (pictured) faced the Supreme Court in Brisbane on December 21 where she pleaded guilty to eight charges, including drug trafficking
The court heard Chapman bragged to a friend when police failed to search her and find 150 ecstasy tablets while arresting her boyfriend, The Courier Mail reported.
The 21-year-old sold hundreds of pills to help her boyfriend Kurt Davis, a large-scale dealer, making almost $10,000 profit selling ecstasy to ‘runners’ in Brisbane.
The runners would then sell the drugs to club goers in nightspots like The Met in Fortitude Valley, sneaking them inside disguised as Eclipse mints.
The former receptionist for the Queensland Performing Arts Centre CEO admitted lying to police after being arrested in April 2015.
She also remotely disabled mobile phones belonging to other dealers after they had been arrested.
Text messages showed she sent ‘Mwah hah ha haaah’ to a friend when police did not seize her boyfriend’s phone used for dealing drugs during his arrest.
The court heard Chapman (pictured) bragged to a friend when police failed to search her and find 150 ecstasy tablets while arresting her boyfriend
Justice Peter Davis sentenced Chapman (pictured) to four years in jail to be suspended after eight months for trafficking between November 2014 and August 2015
Other messages contained information about 57 orders for ecstasy tablets. Some orders were for up to $50 pills, and she made a profit of $14 or $15 per tablet.
When Davis went fishing she stepped in for him to procure 500 tablets, and helped restock Davis’ seven runners, either bringing them pills or supplying them from her home.
Chapman’s father Rodney told the court his daughter had always been ‘an absolute role model’.
‘It absolutely shatters me that she became involved with drugs,’ he said.
He said his daughter’s offences preventing her from ‘pursuing her dance career’ with two cruise lines.
In her profile on a popular talent directory, Chapman describes herself as a promo model, professionally-trained dancer and performer.