A superfan of Daniel O’Donnell has been charged in connection with the running of a suspected cocaine factory.
Molly Sloyan, 25, became an overnight internet sensation when she appeared on the Late Late Show during a St Valentine’s Day special.
Molly was left outraged when she thought Daniel O’Donnell was singing on the RTE show but was left visibly horrified when Daniel turned out to be impersonator Mario Rosenstock.
Her shocked expression went viral on the internet.
Daniel was told of Molly’s plight and arranged to meet up with her and even invited her to his sold-out show in the Killarney INEC in August 2016.
Yesterday, the young woman was amongst four people charged in relation to a garda raid on a suspected cocaine extraction factory in Bantry, Co Cork.
Gardaí recovered more than €70,000 in drugs from the Bantry property which they believed was at the centre of a sophisticated operation where cocaine-soaked into clothing imported from Brazil was removed via a special chemical process and then sold on the Irish market.
Four people, three men and a woman, were arrested during the garda operation and all appeared before Bandon District Court yesterday.
Judge Mary Dorgan was told the State was objecting to bail being granted for all four defendants.
The defendants included three men with Dublin addresses – Sean McManus (36) from Burrowfield Road, Baldoyle, Dublin, William (51) and Dean(26) Gilsenan, both of Kilmahuddick Green, Clondalkin, Dublin – as well as one woman with Spanish and Cork addresses, Molly Sloyan (25), from Abbey Court, Kinsale, Cork but also with an address at Benidorm , Alicante, Spain.Tags: