Towie star Mike Hassini (26), is facing jail after he ADMITS plotted to supply cocaine. He was caught with drugs, cash and other items at the home he shared his home with an oil tycoon’s child.

  • After being arrested, Mike Hassini, 26, admitted to drug dealing.
  • Hassini starred in The Only Way Is Essex, also known as Towie, five years ago
  • He was taken into custody and could be sent to jail when he is sentenced later in the year. 

Mike Hassini, a former participant in The Only Way Is Essex, has admitted to being a drug dealer. He could face a stretch behind bars.

26-year-old Jess Milford, a personal trainer, was found with cocaine and cash at an Essex property.

Miss Milford is the daughter John Milford, an oil trading tycoon who is based out of Dubai.

Brentwood resident Hassini was in Towie five year ago. He was dropped from the Essex-based reality TV show for crashing a Mercedes and kickin’ a police officer.

He was remanded to custody this week at Snaresbrook crown court after he admitted dealing and possessing criminal property.

Hassini will be sentenced for the two offences at a later date.

Mike Hassini, 26, has admitted drug dealing in court after being arrested by the police

After being arrested by the police, Mike Hassini (26) has admitted to drug dealing.

The personal trainer, 26, was found with cocaine, cash and phones at an Essex property where he was living with millionaire girlfriend Jess Milford

26-year old Jess Milford, his personal trainer, was found with cocaine, cash, and phones at an Essex home where he was staying with her millionaire boyfriend.

Gary Bear, Hassini’s friend from Hornchurch, Essex, admits to dealing, but denies the property charge. He faces trial for that offence.

Scotland Yard offiziers swooped on Hassini at Emerson Park, East London, April 16.

They found large quantities of cocaine, cash, and phones. They were later charged with several offences.

At Snaresbrook Crown Court this week he was remanded into custody after admitting dealing and possession of criminal property

This week, he was remanded to custody at Snaresbrook crown court after he admitted dealing and possessing criminal property

A Met Police spokesperson said that two men were taken into custody by Barkingside Magistrates Court on April 19, and charged with supply of Class A drugs.

26-year-old Michael Hassini was charged with conspiracy for the acquisition, use or possession of criminal property, being involved in supply of cocaine, and possessing with intent to provide cocaine.

23-year old Gary Michael Bear was charged for conspiracy to acquire use or possess criminal properties and being involved with the supply of cocaine.

“A woman was also taken into custody and has been released to investigators.”