Cool Mom Buys Daughter And Friends Lots Of Cocaine For Her 18th Birthday

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When trying to be the cool parent yields you distributing 12 baggies of cocaine to your daughter for her 18th birthday, a subsequent arrest and public shame, you know you’ve hit the apex of your cool parenting phase.

From Daily Mail:

A mother who bought £300 worth of cocaine as a birthday present for her daughter’s 18th has been spared jail.

Nicola Austen booked a limousine and bought 12 bags of the class A drug to ‘make sure she had a good time’.

The 37-year-old – who is also a grandmother – admitted that she was planning to take the cocaine with her college student daughter on a night of wild celebrations in London.

Make sure that when you tell your friends about this story, you tell them this lady bought her 18-year-old daughter “300 pounds worth” of coke, but don’t clarify by telling them it was British Pounds, as in the currency. They’ll be left thinking the coolest mom on earth emptied out her daughter’s college savings fund to buy enough Bolivian marching powder to wipe out an entire middle school during the best recess ever. It makes for a better story, and you don’t even have to lie.

£300 is about 460 USD, which buys you just over 5.5 grams in the UK. I’m a drug-free American so I don’t know if that’s a lot of cocaine, but a friend of mine bought $40 worth on Bourbon Street two weekends ago that turned out to be baking soda, and it looked like a decent amount?

Austen avoided jail time and will serve a nine-month suspension and 250 hours of “unpaid work” instead. She was also super annoyed about the whole ordeal.

But last night, speaking from her £300,000 terraced house, Austen showed little remorse.‘It’s all been blown out of proportion,’ she said. ‘I’ve had enough. It isn’t exactly the scoop of the century, is it? It was a party.’

Cool mom-grandma keeping it one hundred.

[via Daily Mail]

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Dillon Cheverere

Dillon Cheverere (@DCheverere) is the Vice President of Media for Grandex, Inc. Email:

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