Former Sydney socialite Alexandra Moss pleads guilty to drug supply

Former Sydney socialite Alexandra Moss wept when her descent into drug trafficking was revealed in court, including having a bathtub full of a toxic liquid.

A prominent Sydney socialist’s drug addiction came to an end after police tapped her phone and found dozens of drug reports, as well as selfies showing bags of cannabis, piles of cocaine and boxes of GBL.

Alexandra Moss was living in Rose Bay, in the city’s eastern suburbs, when she was arrested in April 2021 and charged with supplying multiple drugs.

The 27-year-old’s lawyer pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of supplying illicit drugs of a large commercial quantity in the local court at Downing Center in Sydney.

Moss, who now lives in Tweed Heads and is in court through AVL, also pleaded guilty to further backup charges, including two counts of supplying illicit drugs between a charge and a commercial quantity, possession of illicit drugs, with property in the proceeds of crime and supplying a prohibited drug between a small and commercial quantity.

A detailed alleged fact sheet presented to the court revealed that police alleged that Moss was in possession of a 25-litre container of GBL, a precursor to the dangerous drug GHB, and that he was dealing drugs from December 2020 to April 2021.

During this time, she had multiple conversations with people wondering how much the drug “approximately cost”, and she was told that customers paid about “3,000 out of pocket.”

Moss took photos posing with the large blue container of the illegal liquid, with police also finding photos of her and another man “decanting” it into separate bottles.

In reports, Moss said the liquid was so toxic it would “burn holes in the plastic and carpet” and that her bathtub was “full” of it.

When a friend told her she was too involved with GBL, she replied, “Yeah, it’s okay, it’s only 29 years in prison.”

In another conversation, a customer laughed at Moss’s price for the GBL and said she would offer him a sample to “prove him wrong,” according to court documents.

“If I’m wrong, he can get half a liter for free, but I told the man that if he’s wrong, he can pay double for the insult,” she told a friend.

According to court documents, police found videos on Moss’s phone of her and a man plunging liquid from a large glass bottle onto the floor of her bathroom. Videos of freezer bags full of cocaine were also found on her Snapchat account.

“I have unlimited access to G (GBL) in my garage,” she said in a message.

Moss also said she would create a group of people who had not repaid her for the drugs, aiming to name and disgrace “farmers who can’t afford to party,” according to court documents.

On March 15, 2021, Moss told a friend that she had a contract with a person in Griffith to supply cannabis and get 18kg at a time.

Photos have been found on her phone of the socialite smiling while holding two large bags of cannabis to her face.

Police raided Moss’ home on April 15, 2021 and found a glass bottle and pump, as well as 9641.5 grams of 1,4-butanediol in the top left cabinet above her kitchen sink.

Handwritten drug records were also found, while 52.88 grams of cocaine were in a black lockbox in her kitchen, the police magazine said.

An envelope containing six bags of white powder was marked “Powdery batch $250/300 each”.

Officers found 4.86 grams of MDMA in a resealable bag in a plastic container over Moss’ kitchen stove and 130 grams of cannabis.

They also found 3.13g of methylamphetamine in a clear freezer bag in the black lockbox in her kitchen and $1,200 in a large envelope.

Moss is the granddaughter of Sandra Moss, former owner of the Pretty Girl Fashion Group in which billionaire James Packer invested in 1999.

The 27-year-old’s lawyer said there was no agreement on the facts but pleaded guilty on a disputed basis.

Moss wept as her accusations were read aloud to the court.

Magistrate Susan Horan sentenced Moss in court on June 10.

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