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Inside lavish life of model cop who claimed she didn’t know her husband was a drug dealer while they drove £70k Audi

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A MODEL cop lived a lavish lifestyle with flash cars and high-end clothing while allegedly turning a blind eye to her husband’s drug dealing.
Met Police officer Rasvinder Agalliu was booted from the force after her claims she was unaware of husband Julian’s criminal activities were rejected.
Rasvinder Agalliu enjoyed a lavish lifestyle with her drug dealer husband5Rasvinder Agalliu enjoyed a lavish lifestyle with her drug dealer husbandThe cop was booted from the force last month5The cop was booted from the force last monthBut the Crown Prosecution Service found there was not enough evidence to prosecute her so potential charges were dropped.
The couple’s luxury lifestyle using Julian’s ill-gotten gains can now be revealed after he was convicted of conspiracy to supply drugs.
Ex-beauty queen Agalliu, 47, and her husband lived in a £5,000-a-month rental property despite her police salary, The Times reports.
They also enjoyed flash motors – including an £70,000 Audi – and designer clothing such as Louis Vuitton.
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But it was Agalliu’s love for high-end goods that ultimately led to her undoing.
She claimed at her misconduct hearing that Julian earned between £1,000 and £4,000-a-week working as a private chef for footballers.
The model also said he was paid in cash and therefore did not have to pay income tax, which the panel said should have aroused Agalliu’s suspicions.
They also found it was “more likely than not to have had a good idea” about her husband’s earnings and said her defence was lacking in credibility given the couple’s “lavish lifestyle”.

Agalliu’s home was searched twice – the first on June 25, 2020 – where officers seized Class A drugs, drugs paraphernalia, a large quantity of cash and a police radio.
In a second raid four months later, officers took a set of handcuffs, items of uniform and a set of case papers and interview discs relating to an investigation of an offence.
The Met Police said a large number of cannabis plants under cultivation were also found at the property.
Agalliu was then arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply drugs.
But she was not charged after the Crown Prosecution Service decided the case did not meet the evidential threshold for prosecution.
She was hauled before a disciplinary panel where she was found guilty of several charges of gross misconduct.
The panel said: “The clear inference we draw from the evidence presented is that on the balance of probabilities, [Julian Agalliu] is a class A drug user and is measuring drugs and it is inconceivable his wife would not know.”
Julian, who used the Encrochat criminal app for his drug network, will be sentenced on February 9.
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Agalliu denied knowing about her husband's crimes5Agalliu denied knowing about her husband’s crimesCredit: FacebookA panel found her guilty of several charges of gross misconduct5A panel found her guilty of several charges of gross misconductCredit: FacebookAgalliu was never prosecuted5Agalliu was never prosecutedCredit: Facebook

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