Scott Miller escapes drug dealing charge, admits he ran an escort service


scott-millerRead South Burnett Times and ABC

Retired Olympic swimmer Scott Miller has escaped a drug dealing charge and will instead be sentenced for drug possession early next year.

During a special hearing on Monday, the Sydney District Court heard the former champion and medalist was allegedly mixed up in hard drugs and prostitutes.

Scott Miller told police he ran an escort agency when he was arrested in Sydney on suspicion of drug activity earlier this year.

He pleaded guilty to the possession of three bags of methamphetamine, found when police pulled him over in a hire car at Mascot in Sydney’s south in June.

Prosecutors have withdrawn a charge of drug supply, but he still faces drug charges, relating to his arrest at Potts Point in July.

Officers found methamphetamine and more than $16,00 in cast, along with scales, a ledger and several mobile phones and SIM cards.

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