Olympic swimmer Scott Miller has been arrested in connection to the invention of $2 million worth of ice discovered concealed in candles in daybreak raids throughout Sydney on Tuesday.
Miller is believed to have been arrested at his waterfront dwelling in Rozelle with police alleging the Australian Olympian was concerned in the business provide of ice.
Miller, 45 and one other man, 47, have been arrested after raids at a Bankstown enterprise, a unit in Rozelle and a Balmain dwelling round 6am on Tuesday.
Police seized the business amount of ice after discovering it concealed in candles in daybreak raids throughout Sydney.
Detectives from the State Crime Command’s Drug and Firearms Squad and the NSW Crime Fee are investigating a prison syndicate concerned in the availability of prohibited medicine – primarily methylamphetamine (ice) – throughout NSW.
Each males have been taken to Newtown Police Station and are anticipated to be charged.
Miller received a silver medal in the lads’s 100m butterfly for Australia on the 1996 Summer time Olympics in Atlanta.
He had beforehand vowed to stay drug-free after finishing six months rehab for a methamphetamine habit in 2014.
He has overtly spoken about his battle with medicine however spoke in 2014 about devoting his ‘energies’ to assist different addicts after the suicide of his ex-wife Charlotte Dawson.
Dawson was discovered useless a day after Miller’s thirty ninth birthday and fewer than every week after Miller took to Australian TV to overtly discuss his stuggle with medicine and their relationship.
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