Isabelle Lagace, Ex-Porn Model Admits To Smuggling $18 Million Worth Of Cocaine On Cruise Ship

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Above: Colombian counter-narcotics agents arrest a suspect in a Bogtá airport. Some cocaine exports are interdicted in Colombia and other Andean countries of origin. The majority, experts estimate, make it much further. On Sunday, U.S. customs officials in Puerto Rico arrested 7 people in connection with a cocaine-containing suitcase found in a passenger's cabin, according to officials and the cruise line managing the ship. GUILLERMO LEGARIA/AFP/Getty Images

When it comes to smuggling drugs, drug lords do whatever it takes to get their product from point A to point B. We've seen women smuggle drugs in their private areas, suitcases, the whole nine.But this latest development is one that we would have never thought we would have seen!

According to Mirror, an ex-porn model has admitted trying to smuggle more than £18 million of cocaine from Britain to Australia. Canadian Isabelle Lagace, 28, took the class A drug on board the £11,000-per-head Sea Princess cruise ship that sailed into Sydney.

Police believe that Lagace and her friends 23-year-old Melina Roberce and 64-year-old Andre Tamine were all apart of a "very well-organised syndicate" drug ring ring.

The site reports that the former porn star documented her risky journey with tons of social media posts taken throughout the United States, South America and the Pacific.

While it all seemed to be just another business transaction, law enforcement closed in on Lagace at the Australian Border with officials waiting to take Lagace into custody when the boat docked in Sydney marking the 51st day of the 68-day cruise. The cruise began in Southampton and the social media posts show Lagace and Roberce at locations including New York, Bermuda, Ecuador, Tahiti, Colombia, Peru and New Zealand.

Australian authorities reveal that the illegal shipment was one of the largest ever of its kind, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

The 95kg of drugs were worth $31 million in Australian dollars and were spread across four suitcases. Lagace's attorney Louis Ialenti entered the guilty plea at a courthouse in Sydney on her behalf. Roberce and Tamine have yet to enter any plea.

The maximum penalty for smuggling cocaine in Australia is a life sentence in prison.

This story is developing.

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