Busty Model Krista Boseley Busted for Allegedly Smuggling Molly into John Wayne Airport

Holy Molly!
Holy Molly!
Courtesy of the DEA

Federal agents busted a onetime Playboy model and a pilot at John Wayne Airport after their private plane that had arrived with them from Las Vegas was found to have nearly 60,000 Ecstasy pills and almost 90 pounds of Ecstasy powder onboard, authorities say.

The Smoking Gun reports a tip about possible drug or currency smuggling led federal agents to question Krista Boseley, 30, and Gilles Lapointe, 61, upon their landing at the Santa Ana airport on Thursday, Oct. 9.

The Canadian citizens were carrying large sums of cash they claimed to have won the prior evening at the Bellagio casino, according to muckraking site, which reports Molly was first discovered in their bags after a drug-detecting dog alerted its handler.

About 30,000 Ecstasy pills were in Lapointe's luggage, according to the federal complaint, which notes another 28,000 pills, the powdered Ecstasy and a GPS tracking detector were found on the plane. These detectors are routinely used by drug smugglers to determine if law enforcement has placed a tracking device on their vehicles or planes, according to investigators. Boseley and Lapointe were arrested, and the latter has a federal hearing Oct. 24.

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Boseley is a real estate saleslady in Vancouver, British Columbia; here is her Re/Max page. She's also a model and tattoo enthusiast; click here to see way more of her via Playboy's 2004 Casting Calls Vancouver.

And click here to see why The Dirty's Nik Richie says Boseley "needs help."

Email: mcoker@ocweekly.com. Twitter: @MatthewTCoker. Follow OC Weekly on Twitter @ocweekly or on Facebook!


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