A muscular bodybuilder faces life in prison after the police break up his alleged drug empire.
26-year-old Aaron Waters was arrested at around 9:30 a.m. on Friday in an underground car park in Manly in northeast Sydney after a two-month police investigation on the northern beaches.
The police allegedly found cocaine, 1.3 kg of MDMA and $ 20,000 in the garage – enough to charge him with a large commercial drug supply.
The 26-year-old Aaron Waters (pictured) was arrested at around 9:30 a.m. on Friday in an underground car park in Manly in northeast Sydney
According to The Daily Telegraph, two Rolex and two Breitling watches were allegedly discovered in his home on the Collaroy Plateau, along with ankles and steroids.
He was later accused of handling the proceeds of the crime.
The police are also said to have found 20 anastrozole tablets and 23 tramadol tablets in his home.
Waters, who owns the Dee Why Business Superior Pool Care, faces a number of other charges related to the illegal items allegedly found in his home and garage.
Waters (pictured) faces a number of other charges related to the illegal items allegedly found in his home and garage
The heavily tattooed guy (pictured) is also an enthusiastic athlete and has often shared snapshots with his 24,000 followers of his workout
Waters is very active on social media and has more than 24,000 followers on Instagram.
In several pictures the bodybuilder can be seen in several picturesque places as he takes in the sun.
While other photos show Waters dining on refined foods like seafood and steak.
He also shared a picture of himself behind the wheel of a luxurious looking vehicle.
Waters (picture right) shared a picture of a vacation he had recently enjoyed with a female companion
Waters (picture left) appeared before the Manly District Court on Tuesday and did not request a bail
The heavily tattooed guy is an enthusiastic athlete and often shared photos of his training with his 24,000 followers.
One of the pictures shows Waters in front of a gym in Phuket in Thailand and next to it he wrote: "Back where I belong".
Waters is faced with a total of seven fees, including: two counts of banned drug deliverable amount and one count of banned drug delivery large commercial amount.
He is also accused of knowingly dealing with crime proceeds, owning or using a prohibited weapon without permission, dealing with crime proceeds, owning / attempting anabolic or androgenic steroids.
Waters appeared before the Manly District Court on Tuesday and requested no bail.
His case has been adjourned until May 21.
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