BREAKING: Shannon Noll pleads guilty to drug possession
The singer will be sentenced later today.
In breaking news, singer Shannon Noll has pleaded guilty to drug possession.
AAP reported that Noll's lawyer Bryan Wrench entered his client's guilty plea at Sutherland Local Court while Noll sat outside the courtroom.
Mr Wrench asked that the charge of possessing a prohibited drug immediately proceed to sentence.
It's been reported by news.com.au Noll will be sentenced later today.
The What About Me singer was arrested following a dog squad search at the Caringbah Hotel in Sydney’s south on 13 September 2018 as reported by news.com.au.
A NSW Police spokesperson was quoted as reporting that:
“About 8.15pm yesterday (Thursday 13 September 2018), officers from the Sutherland Shire Police Area Command along with Public Transport & Public Safety Command and the Dog Unit, were conducting a drug operation at a licensed premises on Port Hacking Road at Caringbah.
“A 42-year-old man was arrested by police after allegedly being detected with white powder, believed to be cocaine. The man was issued a Field Court Attendance Notice to appear at Sutherland Local Court on Thursday 11 October 2018, for the offence of possess prohibited drug.”
Nova Entertainment has reached out to Noll's management for a comment.
"I am thankful to the magistrate and am relieved it is over, I am looking forward to getting back to work."
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