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The court heard the value of the cocaine, which weighed 0.96kg, was thought to be between £33,000 and up to £115,200 on a street level when 'bulked up'.The couple who are thought to have met while she was on holiday in 2015 had been working on a way to sell the 70 per cent pure class A drug, commercially.I was told he had been burned.'I put the phone down and went as fast as I could to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary where an ambulance had taken him.'I got there and Reuben's key worker and nursery manager were there. 'I got hold of Reuben and took him out of the nursery nurse's arms and they left.'I was in hysterics. My mum was there.'He has had some more morphine to clean the wounds.On Tuesday night he couldn't sleep and I was with him all night.'The doctors have been round and examined him.The blonde mother-of-two, who worked as a boss at an acclaimed Italian eatery in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, had been planning on selling the stash in her hometown.A court heard how Weldrick entered the drugs world after falling for notorious womaniser Ortis Ollivierre, 45, who was based 4,000 miles away in Barbados.A 'greedy' grandmother and upmarket restaurateur who led a secret double life as a drug trafficker after embarking on an affair with a Caribbean gangster has been jailed for 12 years.
At Minshull Street Crown Court, Manchester, Weldrick and Ollivierre were both convicted of conspiracy to import cocaine and money laundering offences after a trial in which a judge described her as being 'foolish, selfish and greedy.'She showed no emotion as she was sent down while her two daughter shouted: 'love you mum' and blew kisses at her from the public gallery.I understand your relationship has now ended as a result.'There was strong evidence against you both and the jury clearly saw through your lies as you tried to argue against your testimonies.You explained that you forgot what your text messages were about.'While this was organised, it was very unsophisticated and poorly executed and frankly, if you wanted to get away with it, you did a very poor job..'He said the level of drugs could have had a serious impact on drugs users in Huddersfield and surrounding areas.The was the bottom level of planning and sophistication. He lives a rather flamboyant lifestyle with very little money and this was his way of increasing that money. I can only ask for mercy.'Judge John Potter said the agreement Weldrick had in importing the drugs was 'pure greed and selfishness'.
He said: 'These drugs had the potential to cause harm to drug users, either experienced or first timers.
His mother Sarah Jane Walker, 29, was left 'hysterical and distraught' after she was phoned by the nursery manager on Tuesday to say he had been injured.