Model shows off profits made from selling drugs on Twitter -- and gets 11 years jail time

4 April 2015 / 1 year 6 months ago

A drug dealing model was jailed after he posted a picture of himself surrounded by £240,000 in cash on Twitter. 

Olsi Beheluli was a member of a gang responsible for selling 'significant quantities' of class A drugs.

The 24-year-old enjoyed living the 'high life' and gambling with the money he made from the illegal operation, police said.

Officers seized more than £4million worth of heroin and cocaine when they raided the gang's 'stash house' in Brent, north west London.

They also found stacks of money, counterfeit identity documents, and equipment used for drug dealing.

According to AsianTown via The Daily Mail, Officers arrested Beheluli, from Harrow, north west London, in October 2014 and searched his phone to discover a further picture of him with bundles of cash.

He tried to claim it was a relative's money and was taken in Albania but detectives matched the distinctive wallpaper and furniture in the image to a picture of a home that Beheluli used to rent.

A raid of the gang's 'stash house' in Brent, north west London, unearthed cash, drugs, counterfeit identity documents and drug dealing equipment such as scales.

Beheluli stashed £24,000 in his bank account and told officers it was gambling winnings from the World Cup.

Officers found betting slips showing he had recently placed £12,000 stakes at Ladbrokes and William Hill.

Beheluli was found guilty of conspiring to supply Class A drugs and was sentenced to 11 years imprisonment on Wednesday.

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