Layton Maxwell, ex Liverpool footballer, has been jailed eight years for being a courier and allowing a drug gang in UK to use his home as a safe house for storing hard drug (cocaine).
It was gathered that the organised crime officers found several drugs, cash and weighing items at his home and the prosecutors said that he was paid £500-a-month for his role as a ‘courier’ for cocaine gang bosses who has used his house as a safe place for cocaine.
According to report, the 43-year-old Former Liverpool football club player was nabbed by the organized group as part of a United Kingdom wide investigation called Operation Venetic. The group was organised to look into crime which saw millions of pounds worth of drugs and cash seized.
He was imprisoned for his role after admitting to supply the Class A drug, cocaine.
However, according to Judge Tracey Lloyd-Clarke, who sentenced the ex footballer, Maxwell, described the gang’s activity as a “dirty trade bringing misery to many.”
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