OnlyFans creator Grace Anthanatos was charged with prohibited drug supply after entering a Sydney festival with a condom full of cocaine inside her vagina.

Anthanatos attended the DJ MaRLo concert at Sydney Olympic Park on May 14th when sniffer dogs alerted authorities to the contraband. The 24-year-old student was taken aside and the drugs were discovered.

She pleaded guilty to prohibited drug supply linked to the 5.6grams of cocaine that was found. Anthanatos was sentenced to a 12-month conditional release and a fine for an undisclosed amount.

The illicit move has gained Anthanatos a lot of media attention, which the model is lapping up. The student posted a media article about the charges and captioned it “In my Paris Hilton era”. The post was removed shortly after.

Following her lenient sentence, the OnlyFans creator took to her Instagram again to recommend her lawyer to anyone who has been “naughty” like her.

“HUGE shout out to my saviour @ahmeddob and his team at @dibassociateslawyers for helping me today,” she wrote alongside a photo of herself.

The post continued, “Honestly such an amazing result and I wouldn’t have been able to do it without them. Highly recommend seeing them if you’re ever naughty or find yourself in trouble like me.”

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Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Anthanatos told the publication that officers “tried to really f*** ” her up for smuggling the drugs.

“Obviously I wanted to have a little fun, I had a small amount and yes I tried to hide it – like everyone else – but I was caught,” she said.

“It was totally blown up and they tried to really f*** me up for it.

“Their case was weak and the judge was so, so understanding and literally saw right through it.

“I have fun, but I am finishing my degree and want to do well.”

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