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An alluring group of five Brazilian women dubbed as "Charlie's Angels" have been jailed Monday with a total of almost 40 years sentence after admitting to drug charges. The Southwark Crown Court heard they were operating a food-style drug delivery ring.

The gang ran a £1.35 million ($1.8 million) drugs ring wherein they offered 90 different drugs, all included in their "candy shop list," they even made their own heart-shaped pills for customers.

The group's leader and only man, Tiago De-Lima, 30, hired the glamorous women to help him sell and distribute large quantities of drugs to different dealers. De-Lima admitted one count of driving while disqualified, and has been sentenced to 18 years imprisonment.

The female drug carriers wore uniforms, co-ordinated pink rucksacks with a team number written on them, and different colored wallet inside with the driver's name.

Vanessa Ananias, 29, who led the organization, was handed six years. This apart, Nayara Robeiro, 33, Andressa Santos, 24, and Nayene Fernandez-Silva, 24, who acted as delivery girls, were each handed four-and-a-half-year sentences.

The women admitted the charges during the hearings held at Southwark Crown Court early this year. Four out of the five members were locked up last month together with the male gang leader. The fifth woman member, Dos Reis, has now been jailed for two years and three months.

According to Southwark Crown Court, the organization operated between 1:00 pm and 10:00 pm Monday to Saturday, while Sunday was rest day.

During the raid, Metropolitan Police seized almost 4 kg of cocaine, 2 kg of MDMA tablets, and more than 5 kg of cannabis. A storage unit in northwest London and two distribution centers in Cromwell Road and South Kensington were raided. A computer was used as evidence demonstrating that the retailing part of the drug business made around £90,000 ($120,000) profit per month.

The investigators also checked their WhatsApp messages and found most deals were for anything between 10 kg to 15 kg cocaine but noticed on one occasion that 50 kg of cocaine transaction was done. There were also fake IDs, evidence of moving people out of the country by helicopter and bribing prison officers.

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