MOTHER IN FIREBOMB SOLD DRUGS
A BRISBANE mother of three and bikini model whose home was firebombed as she slept inside has pleaded guilty to trafficking ice and ecstasy.
Kylie Jean Gould, 31, of Mackenzie in Brisbane’s south, was in the Supreme Court in Brisbane on March 29 where she formally entered guilty pleas to four charges, including trafficking ice and ecstasy between August 26, 2015, and April 20, 2016.
She also admitted possessing counterfeit money but did not enter a plea to a charge of possession of a .22 Phoenix Arms rimfire pistol loaded with four rounds of ammunition that was found in the car she was travelling in.
Gould was a passenger in the vehicle when it was pulled over by police on March 3, 2016.
The car was driven by highflying lothario and alleged arms dealer Matthew Delander, her co-accused in trafficking drugs.
Police found the drug ice hidden underneath the power window button of a door and in the lining of the roof.
Delander has not yet entered a plea to charges of trafficking in ice and ecstasy.
Gould will be sentenced on May 4. COURT DATE: Kylie Jean Gould pleaded guilty to a number of drug-related charges. Picture: Facebook