21-year-old beauty from a powerful family arrested in Mykonos

The Greek police stopped the activities of a criminal organization that was engaged in the trade of cocaine and other drugs on the island of Mykonos. Among the arrested drug dealers is a young beauty who is widely known on Greek social media, whose role was to find clients among the so-called “cream of society”.

Cocaine, XTC, methamphetamine (MDMA), marijuana, other drugs – buyers just had to name their needs. The drug dealers supplied them with everything they could want, provided they could… pay for it.

The police arrested three members of the gang just as they were about to move to cover their tracks. Among those arrested is a 21-year-old beauty, a well-known personality in North Macedonia, who was involved in identifying clients looking for expensive drugs, and then her accomplices “served” them accordingly.

Citing police sources, Skai TV and other media reported that the young woman is a member of a well-known political family in North Macedonia.

The 34-year-old leader of the gang and his 35-year-old right hand assistant were also arrested. Both men are also citizens of North Macedonia.

Among the drugs confiscated by police were XTC pills with skull symbols on them, crushed XTC pills, 2c-b, crystal methamphetamine (MDMA), raw cannabis, and an accurate electronic scale. Also confiscated was a motorcycle used to transport drugs, 3 mobile phones and 2,370 euros.

A criminal case has been initiated against three detainees. The police also arrested a well-known Lebanese DJ, a permanent resident of Athens, who moves to Mykonos during the summer months. According to media reports, he was a client of the gang. A 36-year-old man was in possession of 3.5 grams of cocaine, andreportedlyhe told the police that he received them from members of a criminal gang.

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