Bachelors star Marjorie Griffiths wild life with her best friend and ‘soul sister’ before they were both busted allegedly selling ice and cocaine for international drug syndicate

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EXCLUSIVE The Bachelors star Marjorie Griffiths and her best friend enjoyed a life of parties and beach trips together before they were both arrested over an alleged drug syndicate. Daily Mail Australia can reveal that Molly Rosewarn, 27, is the co-accused of the TV reality show contestant after police raided a Umina Beach house on the NSW Central Coast last Friday. TikTok videos of the pair show them partying, going to festivals and the beach together alongside posts where Ms Rosewarn calls Ms Griffiths, 26, her ‘soul sister’ and a heart with an arrow emoji. In one video, Ms Rosewarn is straddling Ms Griffiths as they dance around to Yuh Im a Motha by Cardi B and Blueface in a living room with a Christmas tree in the background. Ms Rosewarn is laughing and showing a full back tattoo which she displayed in an earlier TikTok video beside which Ms Griffiths wrote ‘Looks hectic fooken love it’ and Ms Rosewarn replied, ‘Fooken love you’. Ms Rosewarn, a former waitress at a Umina Beach cafe, says on her Linkedin page that she has a business administration diploma and is ‘an energetic and proactive team player’. Last Friday just before 7am, members of the NSW Raptor Squad marched down the quiet cul-de-sac where Ms Griffiths lives and emerged with her in handcuffs. She was placed in a police van and taken to to Gosford Police Station where she was charged with seven offences including allegedly supplying 1kg of cocaine, 1kg of ice and dealing with $814,870 in proceeds of crime. Ms Rosewarn was arrested at the Umina Beach house and placed in another police van and taken to Gosford station where she was charged with possessing prohibited drug, and supplying prohibited drug of more than an indictable but less than a commercial quantity. Ms Griffiths, a model and actor, was remanded in custody on four counts of knowingly dealing with proceeds of crime, two counts of supplying prohibited drug and one of fail to comply with digital evidence access order direction. NSW Police have charged seven people during an investigation by the Organised Crime Squad into money laundering and large-scale drug supply under Operation Phobetor-Enyo and . Strike Force Glenfern’s Operation Phobetor-Enyo was established last year as a joint squad with Australian Federal Police, the NSW Crime Commission and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission. The Operation identified a 37-year-old man in Vietnam who was allegedly running a NSW money laundering syndicate converting large amounts of cash to cryptocurrency on behalf of crime groups involved in drug supply. Under Strike Force Spartan, NSW Detectives have to date charged 12 people and seized around 300kg of prohibited drugs, $2.8 million in cash, and 15 firearms. Police executed six search warrants early last Friday including at premises in Double Bay, Lane Cove, Parramatta and Bankstown. They arrested a 64-year-old woman they allege co-ordinated the money laundering on behalf of the man in Vietnam, a 52-year-old man charged with nine counts of knowingly dealing with proceeds of crime and one of participating in a criminal group. Two men aged 28 and 31 arrested in Double Bay, were both charged with knowingly dealing with proceeds of crime. Ms Rosewarn appeared before Gosford Local Court last Friday, and was granted bail to report three times a week to police and not drink alcohol or take drugs. Ms Griffiths was refused bail to appear in December at Downing Centre Local Court.

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