Lauryn Eagle Convicted Of Drug Driving

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30 January 2018

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Professional boxer Lauryn Eagle has been convicted of drug driving, fined $600 and banned from driving for six months.

In sentencing the 29-year-old in Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court on Tuesday, magistrate Hugh Donnelly rejected an application to record no conviction, noting her poor traffic record.

He referred to evidence that the methamphetamine detected in her system at a random test in July 2017 was an ingredient of Desoxyn, a drug prescribed to her in the US to treat ADHD.

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