Friend admits supplying cocaine and MDMA to Nick Bonnie on night of his death

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A FRIEND has pleaded guilty to supplying Nick Bonnie with MDMA and cocaine on the night he died.

Three men from Stroud appeared before Judge Adrian Smith at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court today, Tuesday.

James Churchill, aged 30, of Selsey West, Stroud, pleaded guilty to six counts of supply of a Class A drug.

Dean Neale, aged 29, of Mosley Crescent, Stroud, and Paul Tabb, aged 30, of Stanley View, Stroud, both pleaded guilty to possession of MDMA and cocaine.

The six counts of supply include supplying MDMA and cocaine to Nick, Dean and Paul.

All counts took place on September 27 last year.

The three men are also charged with providing false accounts to police but pleaded not guilty to perverting the course of justice.

Their next hearing is on April 8 and a trial has been set for June 24.

Prince's Trust worker Nick, 30, who grew up in King’s Stanley, died on September 28 after collapsing in the Warehouse Project nightclub in Manchester.

 

 

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