MOTHER IN FIRE­BOMB SOLD DRUGS

The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - - NEWS - VANDA CARSON

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

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