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Warren Simeu Biography
Warren Simeu, 20, pleaded guilty to having 36 packets of the class A drug he intended to supply.
Older brother of England youth soccer star Dynel Simeu, he turned to drug dealing after his “ lifelong dream ” of turning pro was ruined when he broke his foot just days before testing. the academy with five-time Premier League champion Chelsea.
Earlier, a court heard how Simeu’s injury caused him to “go off the rails” and start selling drugs.
He was sentenced in 2019 to just under two years in jail after he was caught with large amounts of heroin, crack and MDMA.
Today Simeu appeared at Southampton Crown Court via video link to plead guilty to another drug charge.
He was arrested in August 2020 and taken to a police station in Southampton, Hants, where it was discovered that he had 36 packages of heroin on him.
His 18-year-old brother Dynel has become a star at Chelsea’s academy, captaining England at the youth level and even being named to Frank Lampard’s squad when they faced Bayern Munich in the Champions League on last year.
Warren Simeu was previously captured by the police on three separate occasions in 2018, from May to July.
After being caught in a park in Southampton, he was taken to the hospital for inspection and it was found that he had drugs hidden inside his body.
Warren Simeu pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply at Southampton Crown Court
“ He was devastated because he missed a race that was the dream of his life.
“He experienced a significant life change, which seems to be put very much in focus by the success of his brother.”
Southampton Crown Court previously heard that drug dealer Simeu split from his group of friends after being rejected by Chelsea and joined a new crowd.
He started taking drugs, but his parents soon found out and kicked him out of the family home, however, this did not stop his habit and he began to accumulate large debts.
Simeu will be sentenced in Reading Crown Court on January 22 after pleading guilty to supplying class A drugs and inflicting serious bodily harm in Wokingham on October 28.