A useless wannabe kingpin has been caught dealing cocaine after recording a video complaining about the quality of her own product.
Natalie Jones filmed herself lamenting the standard of Class A broadcasting provided to her by a supplier.
The 35-year-old was caught by police after leaving her phone at the home of a relative who sounded the alarm.
When the mother of three’s house was searched in October 2020, investigators discovered 4.55 g of amphetamine, a customer list and an extender.
There were also over 7,000 messages on her phone involving drug deals.
Cardiff Crown Court was told it could be heard saying the cocaine was “damn shocking baby” and that it was cut with “fish scales”, a cattle deworming drug used to bulk up cocaine.
She continues: “There are more fish scales than coke. I wouldn’t lie to you, dammit, I treat you like family, but I swear to God.
“I don’t know if he had the s*** end of it because it’s your last with him… but it’s definitely not worth a 520, baby.”
At the hearing, prosecutor Laurence Jones said: “The phone went dead in the early hours of the morning and when the relative investigated they found text messages suggesting she was involved in the supply of Class A drugs.”
Jones, of Cwm near Ebbw Vale, pleaded guilty to interest in supplying cocaine, making a bid to supply amphetamine and possessing amphetamine.
Jeff Jones’ defense attorney said: “She was employed as a manager for four years before being fired due to the pandemic.
“She started associating with the wrong kind and became addicted to Class A drugs.
“Since her arrest, she has been pulling herself up by her boots. She has free time opportunities and practices rugby twice a week.”
Judge Recorder Matthew Porter-Bryant jailed Jones for two years and seven months.
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https://metro.co.uk/2022/06/02/wales-cocaine-dealer-caught-after-recording-rant-to-supplier-16758057/ Wales: Cocaine dealer caught after recording swear words at supplier