A bride-to-be sold crack cocaine and heroin to pay for her honeymoon and made more than £60,000.

Terrie Renwick was set to tie the knot in September last year and intended to pay for her honeymoon with her drug money.

But instead of walking down the aisle towards her betrothed, she faced a judge in court after she was discovered with her arm down a toilet in an attempt to get rid of the evidence.

The 29-ear-old will only have to pay back £300 of her drug money after a court heard she doesn't have the means to pay back the huge sum, writes the Liverpool Echo.

Frank Dillon, prosecuting lawyer at last year's sentencing, said officers raided her home on the morning of July 16.

She was on the final day of her licence period for a previous conviction of dealing heroin and cocaine when police turned up.

They found the bride-to-be flushing drugs down her toilet.

A quick-thinking officer traced the drugs through the system and retrieved 220 wraps of crack cocaine and heroin from an external pipe.

Mr Dillon said: "It was clear these items had been flushed down the toilet by Renwick."

They also found £125 in her purse, two mobile phones which contained numbers of known class A drug addicts, it was said.

The seized drugs were worth a total of £2,410, but Mr Dillon said the figure amassed by Renwick was much higher.

He told the court on Tuesday, April 13, the total amounts sought in a Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) application was £60,468.98.

He said some of the money was a result of "unexplained bank transfers".

He added the actual funds available to be confiscated was far less and explained to the court the cash seized at the scene and phones amounted to £307.96.

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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.

At the previous hearing, Sarah Griffin, mitigating, 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.