Ex-banker turned model admits selling cocaine from Audi outside nightclub

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An Australian ex-banker who traded in stocks for stilettos as an aspiring model has now been arrested after she was caught with 13.5g of cocaine in her flash Audi A3

Anastasija Radovic, 22, has admitted to supplying cocaine outside a pub in Sydney, Australia and will be sentenced in August.

The stunner pleaded guilty to three offences after appearing at Sutherland Local Court today (June 6), the Daily Telegraph reported.

The model was caught with massive amounts of the class A drug when her Audi A3 was stopped by police in Cronulla last July.

Investigators searching her vehicle found a coffee cup with 5.93g of cocaine inside and 22 resealable bags containing more of the drug.

On one of her social media sites, the disgraced ex-banker claims to be a model.

She writes: “Sydney based model interested in all sorts of modelling work”.

On her StarNow page, a website used by models to market themselves, she also claims to have been a 2017 finalist in the Australian supermodel of the year competition which was held in Bali.

Radovic, who also works as a beauty therapist, left her job as a banker for Commonwealth Bank shortly after her arrest.

She was charged with supplying between an indictable to commercial quantity, possessing prohibited drugs and possessing a prescribed restricted substance.

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However, charges for dealing with the proceeds of crime and supplying prohibited drugs were withdrawn in court.

When her car was searched, Radovic's friend Bojana Mladenovic was a passenger and she was also arrested.

She also pleaded guilty to supplying drugs and was sentenced to a correction order last year.

Radovic will return to court on August 10 where she will be sentenced.

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  • Australia
  • Courts
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