A woman has admitted being concerned in the supply of ecstasy.
Lauren Livingstone, 18, previously pled guilty by letter.
She admitted possession of amphetamine and being concerned in the supply of ecstasy at her address on Seaton Avenue, Aberdeen, on November 27 last year.
Fiscal depute Lucy Simpson told Aberdeen Sheriff Court Livingstone’s mother had called police to the address “regarding a disturbance”.
While within the property they found a brown substance within a box and obtained a search warrant.
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The substance turned out to be 35.3g of MDMA worth £1,280. Smaller amounts of MDMA and also amphetamine were found in handbags.
Defence agent Iain Hingston said his client made a full confession to police in interview.
Sheriff Gary Aitken told Livingstone she was “taken advantage of” by her friend and deferred sentence until June.