A former BBC radio producer befriended clients of his interior design business and then sold crystal meth to them at sex parties.
Alexander Parkin, 45, who worked on the popular Radio 3 show Late Junction and won nine Sony awards for his work, was first convicted of drug dealing in 2016.
Back then he admitted selling GBL to celebrity barrister Henry Hendron after the death of Hendron’s 18-year-old boyfriend Miguel Jimenez.
Hendron was sentenced to 140 hours of unpaid work after pleading guilty to possession with intent to supply.
Parkin also faced a trial in 2017 over claims he had been selling crystal meth, ecstasy and ‘liquid ecstasy’ GBL from his Marylebone flat – but was cleared.
But he has now admitted possession of crystal meth with intent to supply and being concerned in the supply of the Class A drug…