Willesden crack cocaine dealer who lived 'lavish lifestyle' with stash of Louis Vuitton and Prada handbags put behind bars

-Credit: (Image: Hampshire Constabulary)
-Credit: (Image: Hampshire Constabulary)


A West London woman who sold crack cocaine in a historic military town to fund her 'extravagant' lifestyle has been jailed. Abisola Ajayi, 30, of Dean Road in Willesden Green, was arrested by Hampshire Police officers in Aldershot town centre on April 7 this year. A phone, linked to drug dealing, was found in the area and Ajayi was handcuffed at the scene.

Officers then searched an address and found a large amount of Class A drugs, including crack cocaine and cocaine, worth around £11,000. They also seized offensive weapons, mobile phones, and £900 in cash, along with a stash of designer clothes and handbags, including from brands like Louis Vuitton, Prada, Dior, and Moncler.

Ajayi was hit with five drugs supply charges, acquiring criminal property, and possessing an offensive weapon. The greedy dealer admitted all the charges and was jailed for 42 months at Winchester Crown Court on Wednesday (June 5).

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Abisola Ajayi used the drug money to fund her extravagant lifestyle -Credit:Hampshire Constabulary
Abisola Ajayi used the drug money to fund her extravagant lifestyle -Credit:Hampshire Constabulary

Trainee Detective Constable Jonathan Heasman, from Hart & Rushmoor CID, said: “Abisola Ajayi was brazenly drug dealing in Aldershot until our officers proactively stopped her in the town centre. Following a search of a nearby address, she was found in possession of approximately £11,000 worth of Class A drugs and I’m pleased to say that these drugs are now off the streets.

“Ajayi appeared to use her criminality to fund an extravagant lifestyle as officers also seized a large amount of designer clothing, as well as £900 in cash. She will now be behind bars for a long period of time and I hope this result highlights how seriously we take drug activity in the district.

“Drug supply causes harm and misery to our communities but our officers are determined to keep relentlessly pursuing criminals to reduce the negative impact they have, making it safe for everyone.”

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