M&S manager, 22, who stuffed cocaine and ecstasy pills down her bra admits drug dealing at famous London club | The Sun
AN M&S manager who stuffed cocaine and ecstasy pills down her bra has admitted dealing drugs at a famous nightclub.
Bouncers found 60 pills behind Charlotte Fennessy's bra strap before she was arrested at Fabric in London.
Alongside the pills – which contained ecstasy – was 331 milligrams of cocaine for personal use.
The 22-year-old has been working as a marketing and social media manager at M&S since October, her social media accounts reveal.
She describes herself as a "22 year old Fashion Marketing & Communications (BA Hons) graduate" on LinkedIn.
Prosecutor Stephen Wells said: "On 19 December last year the defendant arrived at the nightclub with a group of friends.
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"She was searched in the usual way by security and they found a bag containing 60 pills concealed behind one of her bra straps.
Andrew Cohen, defending, said: "This is a young woman, a university graduate, very focused.
"She has worked throughout her life.
"She succeeded very well at university, and she has a good job now.
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"This behaviour is completely out of character.
"This hasn’t happened before and is unlikely to happen again.
"This is clearly someone who is not a criminal and finds herself in this situation.
"This has been horrifying for her friends and family, and horrifying for her.
The judge, Mr Recorder John Ryder told Fennessy: ‘You were immediately cooperative.
"You are now usefully and successfully employed.
"I have no doubt that you have suffered tremendous anxiety as a result of this.
"You are not going to prison, either immediately or by way of a suspended sentence.
"I think you made a mistake and a very serious one. You have likely learned an immense amount from it."
Fennessy, of Aylesford, Kent, was given a 12-month community order.
She will have to complete 80 hours of unpaid work.
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Fennessy will also to pay a total of £340 in prosecution costs and in a victim surcharge.
She admitted one count of possession of MDMA with intent to supply, and one count of possession of cocaine.
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