All three could face a maximum penalty of life in prison.
23-year old, Melina Roberge and 28-year old, Isabelle Lagacé are not your average snap-chatting, dog-face filtering, basic bitches. Rather than sitting back and trying to sling protein shakes and fit teas like the countless other instagram models, they allegedly decided to push narcotics across the border.
However, according to Daily Mail, the two Quebecers, along with 63-year old Andre Tamine were recently busted smuggling $23 MILLION worth of cocaine into Sydney, Australia on a cruise ship. Before the jig was up, the two had frequently posted about their lavish two-month, $15,000-a head vacation on their social media accounts.
"A search of the ship’s nearly 2,000 compartments allegedly lead to the discovery of 95 kilograms of cocaine in the suitcases of André Tamine, 63, Isabelle Lagacé, 28, and Melina Roberge, 22 — all originally from Quebec."
The Sea Princess cruise ship, which began in Britain, made stops in Canada, USA, Colombia, Peru and Auckland before arriving in Australia on Sunday, where the trio of smugglers were caught with 200 lbs of blow.
All three could face a maximum sentence of life in prison after being charged with one count each of "import commercial quantity of border controlled drug." They are due to appear in court on October 26th.