Former personal trainer Madeleine Campbell turned heroin addict admits to ...

Personal trainer becomes a heroin addict after the death of her father before going on a crime spree on Christmas Day to fund her habit Madeleine Campbell pleaded guilty to 30 charges including theft on Tuesday She went on a year long crime spree from October, 2019 to November, 2020 Campbell and co-accused stole $1,000 worth of children's Christmas gifts  Court heard Campbell had turned to heroin in 2016 after the death of her father 

By Eliza Mcphee For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 23:38 GMT, 19 January 2021 | Updated: 23:39 GMT, 19 January 2021

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A glamorous personal trainer spiralled into a heroin addiction following the death of her father before going on a year long crime spree, a court heard.

Madeleine Campbell, 32, from affluent Melbourne suburb Hampton, admitted to stealing credit cards, gifts, handbags, clothes, taxi fares and IDs between October 2019 and November last year.

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On Christmas Day in 2019, the gym junkie along with her co-accused stole $1,000 worth of children's gifts from a parked car in a suburban street, including phones and a speaker.

Just hours later, they stole the driver's credit card and bought more gifts and cigarettes from local petrol stations.

Campbell pleaded guilty to 30 charges including theft and possessing cannabis while at the Moorabbin Magistrates' Court on Tuesday, the Herald Sun reported.

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