Tomorrowland: Dutch actress arrested for possession of large quantity of drugs
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A Dutch actress arrested during the first weekend of Tomorrowland festival for drug possession remains in detention after she confessed she intended to sell the drugs in preparation for an acting role, the public prosecutor’s office confirmed.

Imanuelle Grives, 34, was detained on festival grounds on Sunday and found to be carrying be quantities of different types of drugs that exceeded user quantities, according to De Standaard.

During a search of the Airbnb apartment where the 34-year-old actress was staying, police found up to a hundred pills of ecstasy.

Reports in Dutch media say she was also carrying over twenty grams of cocaine, as well as quantities of Ketamine and MDMA with her when she was detained in the festival.

In a statement given after she was brought before an examining magistrate on Monday, Grives confessed that she was going to sell the drugs at the electronic music festival, and also stated that she was preparing for an acting role.

Grives, mostly known for her roles in Dutch TV series such as Celblok H and Vechtershart, was kept in police custody after appearing before the judge, according to reports on Monday.

Gabriela Galindo
The Brussels Times

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