MasterChef Contestant Accused of Drug Supply & Possession

Brisbane Drug Lawyers - MasterChef Contestant Accused of Drug Supply & Possession

A Former MasterChef contestant has faced a Brisbane court accused of drug supply and possession.

Filippo Silvestro, 42, represented by Bosscher Lawyers‘ Alex Jones, allegedly had more than 150 ecstasy pills in his possession and about $16,500 in cash when police arrested him in the Brisbane CBD on October 28 this year.

Silvestro made the top 24 of the 2012 MasterChef Australia series before a disastrous quiche lorraine saw hum bundled out of the competition before he could make the top 10.

He appeared in the Brisbane Magistrates Court today for the first time and did not enter pleas to four charges including supplying dangerous drugs and possessing dangerous drugs as well as tainted property.

The case was adjourned to February next year for the drugs to be analysed.