Popular Actress Arrested With 15 Packages Of Drugs At Tambo International Airport,South Africa

The South African actress whose identity will be revealed tomorrow when she appears in court was arrested at Tambo International Airport on Sunday, September 27, as she arrived from Abu Dhabi, South African Revenue Service said in a statement‚ describing it as “a significant seizure”.

The actress‚ who has appeared in several soapies including Scandal and Isidingo had unsuccessfully tried to slip past Customs officials.

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Officials discovered 15.4 kilograms of ephedrine in her bag. SARS said the narcotics have an estimated street value of R4.6 million.

“The passenger‚ who was proceeding through the ‘Nothing to declare channel-Green channel’‚ was stopped by Customs officials for her bags to be scanned. The scanning of her one bag showed up suspicious images. Upon further investigation and searching of the bag‚ officials discovered 15 parcels wrapped in carbon/foil-like material hidden in the luggage.

Immediate tests conducted by SARS officials confirmed that the suspected substance was ephedrine‚ which is the main ingredient in crystal meth.The narcotics and passenger‚ identified as a South African actress‚ were detained and subsequently handed over to South African Police Service (SAPS) Organised Crime for further investigation”

The revenue services’ Luther Lebelo says the actress will appear in the Kempton Park Magistrates Court on Tuesday, September 29. -Eyewitness News

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16 Comments

  1. NAME AND SHAME.. SHE PROBABLY HAS BEEN DOING IT FOR A VERY VERY LONG WHILE. SHE IS NOT GETTING ANY ROLES AND NOW SHE IS SUPPORTING HER FAKE LIFESTYLE BY GETTING INVOLVED IN DRUGS

  2. You’re might be on to something. I enjoy solving such mysteries but I guess we should wait until the news is made public. The media should be allowed to publicise this as she was caught in the act! The suspense is “killing” me…

  3. How are they getting rid of these drugs. Are they getting back on the streets somehow. This seems to be the safest way for drugs to get to airports and thereafter no one knows what happens to it.

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