Creamfields Raver Busted With 200 Pills In Vagina Escapes Jail
A raver at the Creamfields festival who was caught with nearly 200 ecstasy pills hidden in her vagina has escaped from prison.
Keira Wilson was arrested by police before she even arrived at the site, after sniffer dogs noticed she was carrying illegal substances on August 27 last year.
When police searched the 25-year-old, they found a ‘large pouch’ concealed inside her which contained 192 MDMA pills, worth an estimated £1,922 if they had been sold at the festival.
Cops also took a cell phone from him, which contained text messages between Wilson and another person on August 25 and 26.
The conversations discussed the possibility of getting a ticket to the festival and Wilson taking “material” to the site for a dealer.
Wilson appeared for a hearing at Chester Crown Court this week, where she was sentenced.
In defense, Matthew Hopkins told the court that his client had pleaded guilty at the first opportunity and presented “no risk” of recidivism.
He told the court: “The process has been beneficial for her. She is at low risk of reoffending and will not do it again.
“She came here from her home in Sunderland and expects not to return.
“She understands the situation and knows she won’t get a second chance, but I’m asking the court to give her a first chance.”
While uttering the sentence, recorder Simon Parrington told Wilson that he had little sympathy for her actions and that she understood the risk when she attempted to smuggle drugs into the festival.
He said: “It’s quite clear that you knew what you were doing, and even if you hadn’t realized what you were doing when you decided to do it, you would have realized it when you approached. from the Creamfields entrance.
“The site is lined with posters and bins to get rid of drugs, but you kept going and, like so many others, you got caught.
“What you did was completely stupid, and I hope you learned a good lesson.”
Wilson was sentenced to two years in prison, suspended for 18 months.
She was also ordered to perform 150 hours of unpaid work and pay £468 to cover legal costs, plus the statutory victim surcharge.
Courtney Healey, 21, was found with nearly nine grams of the substance in her bag, after bringing the drugs to the dance festival during her weekend job as a caregiver.