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Gang who ran the WhatsApp Chemsex Drug Order Service in London and lived a luxury life with supercars jailed after a £ 3 million drug bankruptcy

Six people who managed to rent luxury homes and drive a Lamborghini while running a WhatsApp-based Chemsex drug service have been jailed.

Four of the gangs were tried in the Inner London Crown Court on Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th March. They were all convicted of 14 conspiracy cases of delivering or offering Class A, B, and C drugs on March 20, 2019.

The court heard how the network of Brazilian nationals ran this “highly lucrative” business, living a luxury life of supercars and expensive homes. They mostly supplied the chemsex scene with drugs, with officials confiscating large quantities of the potent drug GBL

The group operated a high-tech drug delivery service using apps like WhatsApp, which are encrypted throughout to arrange how the drugs are ordered, delivered, distributed, and how they track the money that comes back to them from the orders.

Two of them, Henrique Bernardo Medina Salles and Carlos Eduardo Libardi Da Silva, were each sentenced to eight years in prison. The other two, Sullen Miguez and Diego Da Souza Arruda Reis, were each sentenced to 13 years in prison.

Henrique Bernardo Medina Salles was sentenced to eight years in prison and Sullen Miguez to 13 years in prison.

Dyego Melo Dos Passos was sentenced to six years and eight months in prison in the same court in December 2020 after pleading guilty at an early hearing.

The sixth member of her crew, Isabella Braga Da Silva, was sentenced to three years and eight months in prison in March 2020 but has since been deported to serve her sentence in Brazil.

The Met’s Specialist Crime South team began investigating the network in March 2018 after receiving a lead on a “drug phone line” used by the group.

Customers could buy GBL – commonly used for chemsex – meth, cocaine, ketamine, heroin and cannabis at the number provided and it would be delivered by moped or motorcycle courier for cash.

The couriers then returned the money to a central management team who packaged the drugs and arranged deliveries.

Police stated that they would book temporary accommodation that was not booked for operation for more than a week, as well as temporary offices known to the group as “A”, “B” and “C” and stored in larger storage rooms were. They would bring the drugs to and from these offices in suitcases.

Officials seized around £ 3 million worth of drugs in five different storage rooms across London and found that the gang sold more than £ 2.5 million worth of drugs between 2016 and 2018.

The group operated from 26 addresses in London and employed 30 moped couriers who worked six days a week. They would make £ 730 a week full-time but could face fines if they are late for their drug deliveries.]

Messaging groups run by the gang had names like “Saidinhas” (little trip outside), “Anjos do asfalto” (Ashpalt angel), and Din Din Din (apparently slang for money, money, money).

Detective Constable Gary Smith of Specialist Crime Command said, “These men and women supplied dangerous drugs to vulnerable people who often did not know what they were using.

“They lived a lucrative lifestyle, paid £ 12,500 rent on a property on St. George’s Hill, Weybridge, and drove around in an extravagant orange Lamborghini. Your life will change dramatically now if you spend many years in prison. “

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He added, “Drugs can cause significant and life changing harm, terribly negative physical and mental effects on users, and these gang made tremendous profits while potentially destroying lives.

“We will do everything in our power to disrupt these criminals. Please continue to provide us with information about drug trafficking or anyone you believe may be used by drug dealers. “


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