Former AFL trainer Dani Laidley, previously known as Dean, faces drug abuse charges when she writes a thank you letter to police.
The North Melbourne premier player and former coach was found in possession of methamphetamine in May this year when he was arrested on unrelated matters.
Attorney Rob Stary said his client had sexually switched and asked the court to refer to her as Ms. Laidley.
She was on bail from separate matters at the time.
Police recommended Ms. Laidley to join the court’s diversion program, which allows charges against some offenders to be dismissed if certain conditions are met.
Magistrate Jack Vandersteen said he was satisfied that diversion was the way to go.
He said Ms. Laidley was contrite, well-supported in the media and had suffered significant additional punishment, including posting photos of her in a dress after her arrest.
Ms. Laidley’s mug shot and a photo of her in a long blonde wig and dress, taken at a police station, were shared among officers and reported to the media.
Victoria Police suspended seven employees and transferred six more after the leak described by Deputy Commissioner Shane Patton as appalling and unlawful criminal conduct.
The armed forces’ internal Professional Standards Command has launched an investigation into the incident, which is still ongoing.
A charge of drug possession and bail criminal offense will be dismissed if she behaves well over the next four months and writes a thank you letter to the officer who recommended the diversion program.
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