PHOTO: Detectives had been listening in to Doyle as he planned to receive 300kg of cocaine worth about $80 million
Property developer and socialite Matthew James Doyle, who imported $80million worth of cocaine into Australia, will learn his fate next week.
The 31-year-old businessman, who created an app known as the ‘Uber of massages’, was arrested in September for supplying 300kg of cocaine.
On Monday morning NSW Crime Commission lawyer Sankami Santhikumar told the Supreme Court Doyle’s sentence hearing will be held on July 2.
Property developer and socialite Matthew James Doyle, 31, imported $80million worth of cocaine into Australia. Pictured with his wife Kelsea
Doyle also pleaded guilty to dealing with $220,000 worth of proceeds of crime, The Daily Telegraph reported.
He did not appear in court on Monday for the civil listing hearing and application by the crime commission to seize his assets.
Doyle faces life behind bars for his part of the international drug syndicates, which involved two of his friends he went to private school with.
Jared ‘Jazza’ Hart, 30, and Raoul Kesby have both pleaded guilty to supplying 50kg of cocaine.
Police swooped on the trio at a Marrickville storage unit, where they allegedly tried to access a large cocaine shipment after the five-month operation.
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