Sydney beautician, 19, sold cocaine to famous Double Bay eyebrow artist Kristin Fisher
A teenage beautician who turned to drug trafficking when work dried up during Covid had no idea the woman she was selling cocaine to was an industry icon until the police base them on them.
Brooke Moody was arrested in her Kia Rio alongside famous eyebrow artist Kristin Fisher after police found them both in possession of cocaine during a traffic stop in Bondi on July 17.
The 19-year-old, who graduated from Cerdon College for $ 5,000 a year in Merrylands in 2019, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to providing Fisher with 1g of cocaine as part of a “dial-a-dealer” union .
When the cops arrested her, they found several small bags of white powder in the car and Moody could not tell them the name of his passenger or how she knew her.
Fisher, meanwhile, was “frantic” in the passenger seat as she tried to escape police and exit the car, court documents have revealed.
It was then that the police realized that they had “disrupted a drug deal”.
Brooke Moody (pictured) was arrested alongside famous eyebrow artist Kristin Fisher after police found them both in possession of cocaine during a traffic stop in Bondi on July 17
Kristin Fisher was convicted and fined $ 550 after failing to appear in Waverley court last Tuesday, charged with possession of a prohibited drug and failing to comply with public health orders
The 19-year-old, who graduated from Cerdon College for $ 5,000 a year in Merrylands in 2019 (pictured on graduation day), pleaded guilty on Tuesday to providing Fisher with 1g of cocaine as part of a “dial-a-dealer” union
The senior esthetician reportedly told officers she was picked up from her Double Bay home to purchase the drugs – but claimed she had not returned any cash.
The local court in Waverley heard that Moody’s esthetician job search was on the wane due to the Covid containment shutdowns and that she was instead recruited by a ‘dial-a- drug union. dealer “.
The teenager opened her own small business, By Brooke Moody, in January, but struggled when all beauty therapy services were closed in July.
The night of his arrest, Moody had earned $ 650 before receiving the call to sell 1g of cocaine to the famous eyebrow queen.
Magistrate Julie Huber told court on Tuesday that she was particularly troubled by the ease with which Moody was able to join the sophisticated union of remote dealers when she was short of money.
The teenager opened her own small business, By Brooke Moody, in January, but struggled when Covid lockdowns forced all beauty therapy services to close in July.
As police rushed in, Kristin Fisher (pictured) was “frantic in the passenger seat, trying to get out of the vehicle and escape interaction with police,” court documents show
The teenager, from Merrylands in the west of the city, admitted one count of supplying a prohibited drug and one count of trafficking in the proceeds of crime.
“It is somewhat concerning that you were able to get involved in such a formal and organized way of dealing,” Ms Huber told Moody, reported the The telegraph of the day.
“Dial-a-dealer means you must have had relationships with people who can only be considered unsavory. “
She said it was of particular concern that Moody’s motivated to distribute drugs within the community by making “a quick dollar”
“All I can say is I imagine your family is very disappointed and surprised by your previous good character,” Ms. Huber said.
Moody was placed on a community corrections order with supervision for 30 months and fined $ 3,000, court records confirmed.
Police also fined him on the day of his arrest for violating Covid restrictions by traveling from Merrylands to Bondi without a reasonable excuse.
Teen Brooke Moody turned to drug dealing after Covid ended her dream of being a beautician – but didn’t know she was selling coke to industry icon Kristin Fisher ( Photo)
Meanwhile, mother-of-two Fisher, 36, who bears her married name Barnes in court documents, was convicted of drug possession last week and fined $ 550, but has vowed to do so. call.
Fisher’s case will return to court on October 6 when she challenges her conviction, which was handed down in her absence after missing the hearing.
Her attorney Michael Bowe insists Fisher was unaware of her court date last week and that she would have been present if she had known.
Fisher calmed down at Nielson Park Beach in eastern Sydney last Friday with a friend as her lawyer filed the legal claim.
She has maintained a relatively low profile since the last court hearing, but shared several photos relaxing in the sun on Friday afternoon.
Fisher is one of Sydney’s most in-demand estheticians and runs a salon in the affluent suburb of Double Bay.
Before the government agreed to reopen beauty salons when the state hit a 70% vaccination rate, Fisher offered to provide his services to customers as a workaround for Covid-19 health orders.
Fisher (pictured) is one of Sydney’s most in-demand estheticians and runs a salon in affluent Double Bay.
Services would only be offered to fully vaccinated clients living within a 5 km radius, as groups of five double-needled residents are now allowed to congregate outside.
“Eyebrows in the park from September 13th. Who is here ? She posted on Instagram last month when many outdoor activities were re-authorized.
Some of Fisher’s best-known clients jumped at the chance to get their eyebrows touched up earlier than expected.
Instagram influencer Indy Clinton was one of the first to set a date, saying, “I’ll be there before the sun even rises. Count on me.”
Celebrity stylist Suze Eskaner immediately asked where she could book, while model Steffanie Tzeneros joked: “Please my eyebrows connect.”
Kate Waterhouse, the daughter of horse trainer and businesswoman Gai, and designer Brooke Testoni have also indicated they would be open to make an appointment.
Famous eyebrow artist Kristin Fisher was in the back of Brooke Moody’s Kia Rio when police spotted her driving erratically down Curlewis Street in Bondi in Sydney’s eastern suburbs