When Australian Border Force officers raided the luxury cruise liner Sea Princess while it was docked in Sydney Harbour, they discovered the cocaine packed in suitcases. In handing down her sentence, Judge Kate Traill accepted Roberge’s “genuine contrition and remorse” and noted the Canadian had a very good chance of rehabilitation.
The captured cocaine
She initially entered a not guilty plea but changed her plea to guilty shortly before the trial was due to begin. Her role on the cruise was to keep attention away from her co-accused, Isabelle Legace, who was sentenced in November as part of the drug racket. The third co-accused, Andre Tamine, 63, has also pleaded guilty to his role in the attempted smuggling and will be sentenced later this year. During trip. Roberge posted a lot of images on Instagram. She Instagrammed her exotic drug-smuggling vacation. She wanted to be the envy of others. She and the other woman, they captured their first photo bomb in New York’s Times Square, and their first Irish coffee in Cobh, a seaport town in Ireland. They showed off their tans on a Bermuda beach, where one of them wrote in a caption: “Gone to a place very peaceful • leave a message after the tone. Roberge became known as “Cocaine Babe” in headlines.