instagram influencer kate szepanowski convicted of drug possession
Kate Szepanowski said that when she was stopped by the police, she received a large amount of cash from her \"sugar daddy.
Source: supliedan Instagram influencer said she had just met her \"sugar daddy\" when she was stopped by police from Sydney and she was sentenced to drug possession.
When police searched Kate Szepanowski\'s car, they found thousands of dollars in cash in her handbag, and they suspected that there were traces of cocaine in the freezer bag, the xanax tablet and some mobile phones are scattered around the vehicle.
Queensland-based 24-year-old Szepanowski, who has more than 45,000 fans on Instagram, did not attend a court lawsuit at Sydney\'s Downing center last week and was convicted in her absence.
Kate is Chloe Szepanowski\'s sister, Chloe Szepanowski is a beauty and health YouTubers, she has counted on instagramin since she was convicted
A post she uploaded four days after her scheduled appearance on June 12 described her coming out of the pool with the title \"live my best life \".
Another post posted on Monday showed that she was surrounded by designer shopping bags and said \"the biggest motivation is the insignificant haters \".
Most of Szepanowski\'s posts are her own.
In places such as Dubai, Miami Beach or Las Vegas, many people are her and have special brands such as Chanel and moay champagne.
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Police fact statement seen on the newscom.
Australian police say they parked Szepanowski at the Bondi Junction in the eastern suburbs of Sydney at about 1.
December 8 at twenty o\'clock A. M. on Saturday.
The black Mazda runs at low speed and does not stop in the driveway.
\"Police are concerned that drivers may be affected by illegal drugs or intoxicating alcohol,\" court documents said . \".
Once Szepanowski stopped, the police officer said they needed to knock a few windows before the woman put the window down.
\"The police can see the accused fiddling around the central console and suspect what she was trying to hide.
Szepanowski told police that it was not her car but a taxi because her car was at the \"wreckage.
Police said she \"had dinner with a friend \".
Kate Szepanowski has more than 45,000 followers on Instagram.
Image source: \"She looks anxious.
The defendant picked up a handbag from the passenger\'s seat.
\"Police can see a stack of cash and a large, transparent release bag inside the handbag,\" court documents said . \".
\"The police immediately suspected the defendant\'s involvement in the drug supply in the area.
The officer asked her to leave the car and after \"multiple stories\", Szepanowski said she was with her sugar daddy that night.
The $2500 in the bag came from her sugar daddy, she said.
\"The defendant stated that she had evidence that there was evidence in her mobile phone to meet with sugar dad.
Police said they would allow her to keep cash if she could prove it did happen.
\"The defendant was unable to unlock her phone via a thumb print (and)
Tell the police she doesn\'t know the password.
The defendant had ample opportunity to unlock the phone but did not unlock it every time.
Police then searched Mazda and found a clear plastic freezer bag with a \"residual\" of white powder suspected by police to be cocaine \".
\"The police know that those involved in the supply of drugs, namely cocaine, usually put smaller bags into a large freezer bag,\" the police said . \".
Under the passenger seat, they also found the second phone in a pink box.
There is a Vodafone SIM card pocket in Szepanowski\'s handbag, and officials note that both phones are connected to the Vodafone network.
Kate Szepanowski was sentenced to drug possession for taking Xanax without a prescription.
Image: InstagramSource: supply \"the police asked the defendant to open the phone with a pink case.
The defendant told the police that the phone was not hers, and when the car gave her a few days ago, she noticed that there was a phone under the seat --
But she left it there.
It turns out that the phone\'s battery is 37 cents.
At Szepanowski it was said that two Xanax tablets were also found in her car, but she did not have a prescription for the drug.
She was undressed behind a police car and found nothing unfortunate.
She also had breath tests and drug tests that were negative.
\"The police explained that the cash would be seized as proceeds of crime because they believed that the cash was earned by selling prohibited drugs (as well as)
Phones and two Xanax tablets. Not even though she
On June 12, Szepanowski was convicted in court of possession of Xanax prohibited drugs and personal detention of goods suspected of being stolen.
She was fined a total of $350.