Police Arrest Two-time Olympic Winning Cyclist, Jack Bobridge For Dealing Drugs
Jack Bobridge, a two-time Olympic medal-winning cyclist, has been accused of dealing drugs in Australia.
28 year old Bobridge was arrested in Perth, Australia on Wednesday on five charges of selling and supplying MDMA, including two of a trafficable quantity. He was granted bail on Thursday and will face court again next month.
Bobridge retired from cycling in 2016 because of rheumatoid arthritis after a career filled with accolades. He was arrested after police raided his home and gym in separate suburbs of Perth following a long-running investigation into the alleged dealing of illicit drugs in licensed venues around the city. Police said they had charged 61 people and seized about A$1m (£600,000; $800,000) in drugs as part of their operation since June.
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