The drug trafficker Queenpin was found guilty after boasting of an extravagant lifestyle, including raising money by selling crack cocaine and heroin in Knightsbridge and getting a £500 haircut in Knightsbridge. I was. snapchat.
25-year-old Henna Ashraf flaunted her wealth by taking pictures inside her Flash Mercedes and posting pictures of wads of cash on social media.
Female drug boss of Harbourne, birminghamEnjoyed being pampered in London’s special Knightsbridge, costing £500 for a haircut.
According to police, Ashraf is the first female drug dealer in the West Midlands to be convicted of running a county drug lord herself.
She is also believed to be one of the first women to be convicted of running county lines in the UK.
Ahsraf financed her extravagant lifestyle by selling Class A drugs in Torquay, over 180 miles from where she lived.
The 25-year-old operated what she called the ‘Masseline’ from Birmingham to the town of Devon.
Ashraf was found guilty of “involvement in the supply of crack cocaine and heroin” between August 14, 2020 and December 9, 2020, following a trial at the Birmingham Criminal Court.
She will be sentenced on December 20 and will receive a prison sentence.
Drag queen pin Henna Ashraf, 25, was found guilty after boasting of an extravagant lifestyle that included a £500 haircut in London financed by the sale of crack cocaine and heroin on Snapchat.
Her elaborate lifestyle came crashing down on December 9, 2020 when she stopped while driving her M5.
Ashraf was driving from her home in Birmingham to Torquay in a silver Mercedes when Avon Police and Somerset Police officers stopped her near Junction 24.
She panicked when the police came down on her, at which point she was seen throwing things out of her car.
The item was never recovered, but it is believed that she was disposing of Class A drugs.
When Ashraf was finally stopped, she gave the officers false details of her mother’s name from the beginning.
In her car, police found a damaged Nokia cell phone folded in half and tucked between the seats in an attempt to destroy potential evidence.
However, despite her efforts to fold the phone in half, the IMEI was still showing and the phone was tracked as being associated with the “MASE” drug line.
Ashraf showed off her wealth by taking pictures in her flash Mercedes car and posting pictures of wads of cash on social media (pictured).
She was arrested and taken into custody by officers who initiated an investigation into her criminal activity.
They found the phone was in use from at least August 14, 2020 to December 9, 2020.
Police were able to retrieve the text messages from the mobile phone. One of them, in particular, said:
This message was sent to 40 individual contacts at midnight on October 7, 2020.
Other messages were also sent mentioning the deal. The unique Mase brand of the pharmaceutical line, including “Best of both cals now deals now” was sent, while other messages were sent including “Both cals now fat bit deals mase line” Other messages were sent revealing
The 25-year-old operated what she called the ‘Masse Line’ all the way from Birmingham to Torquay.PHOTOS: Ashraf posted a picture of a bundle of cash on Snapchat
Ashraf was found guilty of ‘involvement in supplying crack cocaine and heroin’ between August 14, 2020 and December 9, 2020 after a trial at Birmingham Criminal Court (pictured) .
Police “had no doubt” that the messages promoted the sale of Class A drugs, heroin and crack cocaine. After searching her bedroom, they also found another phone with a message of a similar nature.
Officers who checked her personal phone found that she had sent several Snapchat messages boasting about her successful life as a county drug boss, including a picture of a bundle of criminal cash. Did.
Detective Saeed Hussain, Chief of West Midlands Police Heading County Lines, said:
“Ashraf is unusual in being the lone woman leading the County Lines drug operation and has worked with her colleagues at Avon Police and Somerset Police to bring an end to this drug line and win a conviction in court. I am happy to hear that.
“The community remains destroyed by the County Line and we are determined to stop people like Ashraf from profiting from the misery of others.
“We are working with many partners, local governments and charities to raise public awareness to make them more aware of borders and the dangers associated with exploitation.”
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