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July 28, 2017
Bikini model pleads guilty to possessing testosterone and drug used to build lean muscle in HORSES
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A bikini model has pleaded guilty to possessing testosterone and a powerfully dangerous horse medicine after she was caught with the drugs at Broadbeach Waters in Queensland.

Gold Coast woman Aneta Maria Siedlecka, 38, pleaded guilty to three drugs charges on Monday just moments before she was due to stand trial at the Brisbane Supreme Court.

Ms Siedlecka was caught with the drugs at Broadbeach Waters, in Queensland on November 26, 2014, the Courier Mail reports. 

Ms Siedlecka admitted to the possession of more than 50g of testosterone, and clenbuterol.

Clenbuterol is an airway dilator for horses and was also used to increase lean meat yield in animals.

The drug was adopted by athletes as a performance-enhancing drug, despite being toxic for the human heart.


In Queensland, Clenbuterol is a schedule 2 dangerous drug for humans, which means abusing the drug could lead to severe psychological or physical dependence.

Ms Siedlecka also pleaded guilty to possessing implements in connection with producing dangerous drugs including labels, syringes, glass vials, vial lids and vial seals.

The bikini model also worked as a personal trainer in Queensland.

She ran fitness training at Broadbeach, on the Gold Coast, under the name of Furiously Fit PT according to her Facebook page. 

She also claims to be the owner of Integrated Wellbeing, a personal training business.

Ms Siedlecka is expected to appear in court for sentencing on May 19, when her co-accused Monica Alexopoulos will be sentenced.

Ms Alexopoulos was charged with the same offences, plus two more including possession of oxandrolone, clenbuterol and alprazolam, the Courier Mail reports. 

Alprazolam is an anti-anxiety drug and can be an extremely addictive and dangerous if abused.