That Canadian Woman Who Documented Her Baller Cruise On Instagram Is in Court Now

Isabelle Lagace allegedly helped smuggle £18 million worth of cocaine into Australia, and has pleaded guilty.

by Manisha Krishnan
17 December 2016, 12:20pm

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Isabelle Lagace (left) has pleaded guilty to importing coke. Photo via Facebook

This article originally appeared on VICE Canada

One of the two Quebec women found with a massive amount of cocaine in her luggage after partying on a cruise ship for two months has pleaded guilty to importing a commercial quantity of cocaine into Australia.

Isabelle Lagace, 28, entered the guilty plea Friday, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. She will be sentenced in February and could face life in prison.

Lagace, Melina Roberts, 23, and 63-year-old Quebecer Andre Jorge Tamine were busted in Sydney, the final stop of luxury cruiseliner MS Sea Princess. Australian authorities reportedly said drug sniffing dogs helped them locate the 95-kilogram stash of cocaine, valued at more than £18 million.

Prior to being arrested, Lagace and Roberts documented themselves having a sick vacation aboard the £12,000-a-head cruise; Instragram photos show them ATVing in Peru, drinking out of coconuts in French Polynesia, and hanging out in Times Square.

Read more: Quebec Women Charged in Massive Coke Smuggling Bust Documented Whole Trip on Instagram

Roberts is set to appear in court next week while Tamine's next court date is set for next year in the Australian province of New South Wales.

The drug bust is the largest Australia has seen via boat or plane.

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