Harriet Wran Spared Jail Over Drug Charges
The daughter of former NSW premier Neville Wran has been spared jail after she admitted possessing the drug ice.
Harriet Wran, 31, pleaded guilty in April to possessing drugs, goods in custody and not displaying P-plates, less than three years after she was released from custody over her role in the robbery and murder of a Sydney drug dealer.
At Wyong Local Court on Wednesday, she was fined $550 for the drug and P-plate offences and was handed a 12-month community corrections order for the goods on premises offence.
Ms Wran spent two years in jail after she pleaded guilty to being involved in a robbery with a drug dealer that resulted in the death of a man in Redfern in 2014.
Upon her release from jail in September 2016 Wran said:
“It’s going to be a long process and it’s going to be hard,”
In November last year, she told the Daily Telegraph that she had put her past as an ice addict and jail inmate behind her to try and build a new life on her family's farm.
Since her release, the former private schoolgirl had been spending time on the 50-hectare property her late father and mother Jill bought in Ravensdale.