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Accused Sydney drug dealer allowed to move to Callala Bay on the south coast

Accused Sydney drug dealer who was charged over supply of ice, MDMA and GBL has bail conditions altered – so he can move to a south coast hamlet

  • A Sydney man accused of supplying party drugs given the green light to move
  • Matt Bodley, 33, had his bail conditions altered so he could make a sea change
  • He has moved to the picturesque Callala Bay on the NSW south coast

An inner-city Instagram star accused of a litany of drug offences was granted permission by a court to move to one of Australia’s most stunning oceanside hamlets.

Matt Bodley, 33, was charged with five drug offences on February 19 in Sydney’s Woolloomooloo after allegedly being linked to array of narcotics.

Police allege the fitness model who has now deleted his public social media profiles was supplying party drugs ice, MDMA and GBL and was found in possession of cocaine and alprazolam.

Matt Bodley, 33, was charged with five drug offences on February 19 in Sydney’s Woolloomooloo after allegedly being linked to array of narcotics

Matt Bodley, 33, was charged with five drug offences on February 19 in Sydney’s Woolloomooloo after allegedly being linked to array of narcotics

The inner-city Instagram star accused of a litany of drug offences was granted permission by a court to move to one of Australia's most stunning oceanside hamlets Callala Bay on the NSW South Coast

The inner-city Instagram star accused of a litany of drug offences was granted permission by a court to move to one of Australia’s most stunning oceanside hamlets Callala Bay on the NSW South Coast

Matt Bodley is pictured (middle back) with at a gathering with actor Hugh Sheridan

Matt Bodley is pictured (middle back) with at a gathering with actor Hugh Sheridan

At the time he was charged, Bodley lived at an address in Potts Point, the Daily Telegraph reported.

But he has now been given the all clear by the Downing Centre Local Court on Wednesday to change his bail conditions, allowing him to relocate to a unit in Callala Bay on the picturesque south coast of New South Wales.

As part of the arrangement Bodley must report to Nowra police station three times a week on Monday, Wednesday and Sunday.

His lawyer had tried to free up his weekend by suggesting he could switch his Sunday check-in to Friday.

He told the court that poor public transport made it difficult for his client to travel to Nowra on Sunday.

The court rejected his request.

Bodley is yet to enter a plea and will appear in Downing Centre Local Court later this month.

Matt Bodley (middle back) is pictured with actor Hugh Sheridan and designer Camilla Franks

Matt Bodley (middle back) is pictured with actor Hugh Sheridan and designer Camilla Franks


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