Bondi Rescue star and Bra Boy is banned from drinking alcohol after being found guilty of supplying cocaine in Sydney’s eastern suburbs
- A former Bondi rescue star has been charged with possessing ketamine and GBL
- Jesse Polock faced Waverley Local Court in Sydney’s east in March this year
- He has decided to appeal a count of supplying less than 5g of the drug cocaine
A former Bondi Rescue star has been banned from drinking for a year after being found guilty of supplying cocaine in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
Jesse Polock, 31, pleaded guilty to four counts of possessing prohibited drugs including ketamine and GBL at Waverley Local Court this month.
He was also found guilty of supplying less than 5g of the prohibited drug of cocaine, a charge the Daily Telegraph reported he has vowed to appeal.
The appeal will be mentioned in the NSW District Court in April.
Former Bondi Rescue star Jesse Polock (left) has been convicted of drug charges
Mr Polock (pictured) will be appealing a charge of supplying less than 5g of cocaine
The lifeguard was a star of Channel 10 show Bondi Rescue, which follows lifeguards at the popular Sydney beach
Polock was sentenced to a 12-month community correction order, fined $400 and told to abstain from alcohol and drugs during that period.
He has also been banned from entering a licensed premises for six months.
The Maroubra local, who is also a Bra Boy, left the hit Channel 10 show and his job as a lifeguard after a drug bust in December 2019.
Polock left his job as a lifeguard at Bondi Rescue in 2019, which his lawyer Chayana Miers said at the time was because of ‘numerous suicides and difficult experiences he was exposed to in the role.
The father-of-one is a member of the Bra Boys surf gang and has ‘my brothers keeper’ tattooed across his chest.
He is engaged to Instagram-model Tullie Zimmerman and was featured on a 2007 documentary narrated by Russell Crowe called Bra Boys: Blood is Thicker than Water.
Mr Polock (pictured left with his fiance Tullie Zimmerman) is a member of the Bra boys gang
Mr Pollock’s lawyer said he quit being a lifeguard in 2019 because of traumatic experiences
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