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Squad goals Glamorous 'Charlie’s Angels' gang get 40 years for slick drugs delivery operation

During raids police found two kilos of MDMA tablets as well as almost four kilos of cocaine and firearms

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Andressa Santos

Andressa Santos

Andressa Santos

A group of glamorous women dubbed ‘Charlie’s Angels’, who ran a fast food-style drugs delivery ring, have been jailed after police raided properties and uncovered their slick operation.

The women were sentenced to a total of almost 40 years for their part in the drug dealing scheme, which could have come straight from the script of the Netflix hit series ‘Good Girls’.

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Nayene Fernandez-Silva

Nayene Fernandez-Silva

Nayene Fernandez-Silva

Customers of the gang were offered a sweet shop-style menu with 90 different drugs available, including illegal drugs and prescription medicines being sold illegally.

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The court heard how the women were part of the 'professional' drugs operation

The court heard how the women were part of the 'professional' drugs operation

The court heard how the women were part of the 'professional' drugs operation

During the raid, which was being run by five Brazilian women, police seized two kilos of MDMA tablets, almost four kilos of cocaine and more than five kilos of cannabis, all of which had an estimated street value of over £1m (€1.18m).

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Some of the drugs seized by police

Some of the drugs seized by police

Some of the drugs seized by police

Three firearms and ammunition as well as £54,000 (€64,000) in cash was also seized during the raid.

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Vanessa Ananais

Vanessa Ananais

Vanessa Ananais

Southwark Crown Court heard ‘Charlie’s Angels’, who operated in London, ran such a professional outfit they took Sundays off and worked from 1pm to 10pm for the rest of the week.

Three of the women, Nayene Fernadez-Silva (24)m Andressa Santos (24) and Nayara Robeiro (33) were tasked with delivering drugs across the city on mopeds.

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Nayene Fernandez-Silva

Nayene Fernandez-Silva

Nayene Fernandez-Silva

Meanwhile, Larissy Nascimneto Dos Reis (24) kept the books while Vanessa Anania (29) ran the operation.

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Larissy Nascimento Dos Reis

Larissy Nascimento Dos Reis

Larissy Nascimento Dos Reis

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The women were hired by Tiago De-Lima from South Kensington who was sentenced to 19 years in jail.

Santos, Robeiro and Fernandez-Silva were each sentenced to four-and-a-half years while Ananais was sentenced to six years.

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Nayara Robeiro

Nayara Robeiro

Nayara Robeiro

Do Reis was sentenced to two years and three months.

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Tiago De-Lima

Tiago De-Lima

Tiago De-Lima

On sentencing all six, Judge Gregory Perrins described the operation as professional and highly organised, saying those sentenced provided a ‘vast array of controlled drugs on a vast scale”.

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