Eudoxia Pehlivanidis Wiki – Eudoxia Pehlivanidis Biography

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA: An elderly grandmother who insists she has never touched drugs in her life despite being charged with major drug dealing is apparently battling declining health that is making her aggressive. Eudoxia ‘Effie’ Pehlivanidis’ lawyer, Yasmin McMahon, told the Adelaide Magistrate Court on Wednesday April 12 that her client was suffering from worsening dementia and attending court would be too overwhelming for her.

“It’s hard to get her into a setting like court,” she said, according to the Daily Mail. McMahon told the court that her 82-year-old client could be “aggressive” if forced to appear in court in person. The prosecution’s lawyer did not object to Pehlivanidis’ absence despite Magistrate Ben Sale saying that people who are out on bail after being charged with such high-profile offenses should normally attend. “I’m not looking to do any audits,” the prosecution attorney said.

Eudoxia Pehlivanidis  Age

The age of  Eudoxia Pehlivanidis is 82 years.


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Detectives from South Australia’s Serious and Organized Crime branch, armed police raided Pehlivanidis’ home in Flinders Park in February. Pehlivanidis and her grandson Kosta, 30, were detained as part of an investigation into the attempted importation of 8 kg (17.6 pounds) of cocaine.

Pehlivanidis told 7News that she did not know why the police arrested her and insisted that she had never touched any drugs. “Never! I never smoked, never anything,” she said. The court heard that prosecutors needed six months before they could determine charges against Pehlivanidis and her co-defendant’s grandson, Kosta Pehlivanidis, as the matter involved police officers from different states.

“The reason for a long period is that it involves a cross agency between the NSW Police and SAPOL,” the prosecution lawyer said. “There’s also likely to be drug testing and DNA-related evidence. It’s a bit more complicated than most common drug dealing.”


The grandmother previously told the outlet that police allegedly found a box containing drugs, but she didn’t know what was inside. “It’s just a box of sticks,” she said. “I don’t know (if it was delivered) by the man at the post office or by another man.” She and Kosta were charged with attempting to traffic a large commercial amount of cocaine and will remain on bail to face court again in October.Read More……..

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