Melissa Mikosz and Thomas Carlisle Wiki – Melissa Mikosz and Thomas Carlisle Biography
The UK’s Miss Swimsuit contestant has been jailed for seven years and three months after helping create a cocaine empire in a Derbyshire town with her drug-dealing boyfriend. Melissa Mikosz, 32, was living a “lavish, holiday-filled lifestyle” with her partner-in-crime, Thomas Carlisle, 28, buying their son a £2,000 (approximately $2,346) Christmas present. ). Mikosz competed in Miss Swimwear UK in 2019 and was praised for participating because she suffers from Crohn’s disease.
The pair allegedly supplied 4.3kg of cocaine, worth hundreds of thousands of pounds, to Shirebrook, Mansfield in Derbyshire over a two-year period between 2018 and 2020. Carlisle was jailed for 11 years and three months after using a Mikosz and his other girlfriend, Georgia. Vincent, 23, to launder the proceeds. Prosecutor Jonathan Cox said “the scale of the operation was so large that they often ran out of bags of drugs and one of Carlisle’s dealers reported that he closed 18 deals a day”. Her mother, Mikosz, apparently stored cocaine and weapons on property in Shirebrook, which she shared with her young son.
Melissa Mikosz and Thomas Carlisle Age
Melissa Mikosz is 30 years old and Thomas Carlisle is 28 years old.
The court heard that Mikosz texted Carlisle saying “we can go out tomorrow and ‘crush the sales’ and set up a ‘drug line’ for him while nearly £60,000 (approximately $70,391) was seized from his bank.” At the time, competing in Miss Swimwear UK, she said: “I think competitions are about empowering women and it doesn’t matter who you are, how old you are or where you come from, we all work together to empower more women to do what same”. “It would mean a lot to me to win the competition and represent the area,” she added. Miss Swimsuit UK says: “search for the UK’s most beautiful swimsuit models inside and out.”
Police found cocaine and thousands of pounds of cash when they raided a number of properties in Shirebrook in July 2020. She was jailed for seven years on August 25 for conspiracy to supply cocaine and money laundering at Derby Crown Court, reports MailOnline. Judge Nirmal Shant QC told Mikosz: “You were a willing and enthusiastic participant, enjoying a lavish lifestyle and the trappings of Mr Carlisle’s criminality. It is quite clear that on several occasions the police visited your address and didn’t deter him.” “He seemed prepared to put his son in a position where he was present during the police raids,” the judge said. The swimsuit model was jailed for seven years on August 25 for conspiracy to supply cocaine and money laundering.
Carlisle admitted to conspiracy to supply class A drugs and convert criminal property and was jailed for 11 years and three months at Derby Crown Court. Gang members Justin Woodham, 37, Adam Betts, 33, and Adrian Mohammed, 34, were also jailed. Judge Shant told Carlisle, “This was a large-scale, prolific operation and you, Carlisle, were at the head of the daily supply of Class A drugs. You organized the group and made sure everyone did what they had to, you had a line dedicated to drugs and there were multiple traffickers,” the judge continued. “There was a real persistence in his behavior.”
His girlfriend Georgia Vincent, 23, also sold on the streets. She received £25,000 (approximately $29,329) of Carlisle’s drug money as she sent him new clients and traded. The judge said: “It is fair to say that he had a limited involvement and could not have been fully aware of the scale of the undertaking.” “You formed a relationship with Carlisle at a time when you may not have had any other significant relationship.” “You were taking money and selling directly to people on the street in Carlisle’s name.” Derbyshire Police Detective Constable Holloway said: “The harm caused by drugs and drug-related crime should not be underestimated.”