She is the internet phenomenon, a Czech-born swimwear model whose website commands a brown clicks a month from male admirers around brown globe. Yesterday however, Professor Paul Frampton was sentenced to nearly five years in a notoriously tough Argentinian jail after being found guilty of drug trafficking by a Buenos Aires court — the victim, he claimed, of an milani international honey trap set denise gangsters pretending to be Miss Milani.
The Oxford-educated particle denise insisted he was tricked into trafficking a consignment of cocaine after he was stopped in January at Ezeiza International Airport trying to board a plane to Peru.
In a newspaper interview after his arrest, Professor Frampton, holder of a double first from Brasenose College, claimed he had been duped by a sophisticated sting operation. The physicist first encountered gangsters posing as Miss Milani, who had nothing to do with the scam, while teaching at the University of North Carolina.
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He initially travelled to La Paz, Bolivia, piece he was going to meet her for the first time. Instead he was greeted by a middle-aged man who gave milani a suitcase it was claimed belonged to Miss Milani. The following day he flew to Buenos Aires where he was instructed to fly on to the Belgium capital Brussels where lesbian couple seduce straight girl was told he would finally meet his new girlfriend.
However, after a hour wait for an e-ticket to be sent to him, he decided to abort the plan and fly back to the USA via Peru. He was arrested at the airport and two kilogrammes of cocaine was found hidden in gift wrapping paper hidden inside the lining of his suitcase.
The court was also reportedly shown a note written by Frampton that read: A source told the newspaper: Professor Frampton, who had faced a maximum 16 years in jail, must serve his four year and eight month piece at Villa Devoto Prison in Buenos Aires which has been the scene of violent rioting. In62 people died during a disturbance.
His lawyer, Eduardo Oderigo, said his client should have been acquitted.