A bride who sold crack cocaine so she could pay for her honeymoon racked up over £60,000 in drug money.
But Terrie Renwick will pay back only £300 after a court heard she doesn't have the means to pay back the huge sum.
The 29-year-old was supposed to get married in September last year and intended to pay for her honeymoon with her drug dealing funds.
Instead of walking down the aisle she was hauled before a judge after being found with her arm down a toilet trying to ditch evidence.
Frank Dillon, prosecuting at last year's sentencing, said officers raided her home at 9.40am on July 16 last year.
Renwick was on the final day of her licence period for a previous conviction of dealing heroin and cocaine when police turned up and found the bride-to-be flushing drugs down her toilet.
Fortunately a quick-thinking officer traced the drugs through the system and retrieved a total of 220 wraps of heroin and crack cocaine from an external pipe.
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Mr Dillon said: "It was clear these items had been flushed down the toilet by Renwick."
Officers found £125 in her purse and two mobile phones which contained numbers of known class A drug addicts.
The court heard in September the drugs seized were worth a total of £2,410, but Mr Dillon explained the figure amassed by Renwick through her criminality was much higher.
He today explained the total amount sought in a Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) application was £60,468.98.
Mr Dillon said some of the money was as a result of "unexplained bank transfers" and added that the actual funds available to be confiscated was much less.
He told the court that cash seized at the scene and mobile phones amounted to £307.96.
Judge Brian Cummings, QC, ordered the £307.96 to be paid by Renwick in the next three months or she will face another two weeks in prison.
Sarah Griffin, defending in September last year, said: "This is an extremely sad situation.
"She was simply trying to raise funds for her honeymoon and resorted back to drug dealing in an easy way, in her mind, to raise such funds."
Renwick, of Vulcan Close, Warrington, admitted two counts of dealing class A drugs and possession of a taser which was found in her kitchen cupboard during the raid.
Judge Louise Brandon, sentencing Renwick in September to four years in prison, said: "You've frankly admitted you saw this as an easy way to make money.
"You've not yourself used drugs since 2017 and so this was purely a commercial enterprise."