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Ireland Rachel Allen's son Joshua remanded in custody over drug charges

11:25  09 november  2019
11:25  09 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Joshua Allen , with an address in Ballinamona, Shanagarry Co Cork, appeared in Cork Circuit Joshua with celeb chef mum Rachel . Judge Sean O’Donnabhain said the teenager “has not matured in the manner I would have expected or required for a person before the court on such serious charges .

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a man wearing a suit and tie: Joshua Allen, son of celebrity chef Rachel Allen, arriving with his legal counsel at Midleton District Court, Cork earlier this year © Cork Courts Limited Joshua Allen, son of celebrity chef Rachel Allen, arriving with his legal counsel at Midleton District Court, Cork earlier this year

The young son of celebrity chef Rachel Allen has been remanded in custody until the end of the month in order to give his defence counsel the opportunity to secure residential addiction treatment for the 19-year-old. 

Judge Sean O'Donnabhain remanded Joshua Allen in custody until November 29th next after he said that his response to the serious charges he was facing was "singularly unimpressive."

Judge O'Donnabhain said that the probation report had shown that the defendant "had not matured in the manner" he would expect for a person facing serious charges.

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The teenage son of celebrity chef, Rachel Allen has been remanded in custody after a judge said he was less than impressed with a probation report on Joshua Allen (19) of Ballinamona, Shanagarry, Co Cork had pleaded guilty earlier this year to three drug offences, including one of possessing 1.134

A 19-year-old man has appeared in court on six drug charges including one relating to the possession of over €13,000 worth of cannabis for sale or supply at Ballymaloe Cookery School. Joshua Allen , of Ballinamona, Shanagarry, in Co Cork appeared before Midleton District Court this morning.

"There is no point in minimising what has happened. He has knitted his own jumper. I will not let him do that."

Earlier this year Mr Allen, with an address in Ballinmona, Shanagarry Co Cork, pleaded guilty to two drugs charges at Ballymaloe Cookery School in Shanagarry, Co Cork on August 30th, 2018.

Brad Brown wearing a suit and tie: Joshua Allen, son of celebrity chef Rachel Allen, arriving with his legal counsel at Midleton District Court, Cork earlier this year © Cork Courts Limited Joshua Allen, son of celebrity chef Rachel Allen, arriving with his legal counsel at Midleton District Court, Cork earlier this year

The eldest son of Rachel and Isaac Allen pleaded guilty to possession of cannabis for sale or supply when the market value exceeded €13,000 or more.

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Joshua Allen , the teenage son of celebrity chef Rachel Allen , has been remanded in custody over drugs charges following a sentencing hearing this afternoon at Cork Circuit Criminal Court. The 19-year-old will stay in custody until November 29, 2019 to give his counsel the opportunity to secure

Son of Rachel Allen entered a signed plea of guilty on charges involving cannabis and cocaine for Joshua Allen (19) was charged at Midleton District Court on Tuesday morning with possession and Judge Brian Sheridan remanded Mr Allen on bail on his own bond of €500 on a number of conditions

Mr Allen pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine on the same occasion. This is a Section 3 Offence of the Misuse of Drugs Act.

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Joshua Allen admitted possession of cannabis for sale or supply with a market value of over €13,000 (£ Teenage son of Irish celebrity chef Rachel Allen pleads guilty to possessing drugs worth at least £11 Judge Brian O'Callaghan remanded Mr Allen on continuing bail until his next court appearance.

He also pleaded guilty to one other Section 3 charge at his home. The  charge involves possession of cannabis on the 5th of September 2018 at Ballinamona, Shanagarry, Co Cork.

Cork Circuit Criminal Court heard that Allen was arrested in September of last year after the controlled delivery of a parcel containing the cannabis to an address in East Cork.

Customs in Portlaoise Mail Centre had become suspicious of the parcel which had a US postmark.

Det Garda Michael O'Halloran told the court that the package was intercepted by customs in Portlaoise.

It was found to contain cannabis with a street value of €22,694. A controlled delivery was arranged addressed to Joshua Allen at Ballymaloe Cookery School.

The package was signed for and received by Mr Allen.

Rachel Allen standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: Celebrity chef Rachel Allen and her son Joshua (inset) © UKTV / Facebook Celebrity chef Rachel Allen and her son Joshua (inset)

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THE teenage son of celebrity chef Rachel Allen has been jailed for 21 days after he appeared in court on a number of drugs charges including one of dealing cannabis. Joshua Allen , with an address in Ballinamona, Shanagarry Co Cork, appeared in Cork Circuit Criminal Court where the judge said he

The 19-year-old did not speak during this morning’ s brief court hearing.

A small quantity of cocaine worth €66 was found to be in the wallet of the defendant.

Mr Allen was arrested and detained at Cobh Garda Station. He admitted that it was his third or fourth time engaging in such a delivery. 

He co operated fully with gardai and told investigating officers that he secured the drugs from a female resident in California whom he met in East Cork. 

He had travelled to London and paid her €2000 in cash for the drugs. 

On the 5th of September a further small quantity of cannabis was found at Ballinamona, Shanagarry, Co Cork. The cannabis, which was found at his home, had a street value of €203.

Siobhan Lankford, SC, representing Mr Allen said her client was without previous convictions.

She acknowledged that he had shown a lack of maturity in how he had responded to the serious charges and stated that he had left school at the age of 15.

She said he had co operated fully with gardai.

Miss Lankford said that Allen had engaged with Arbour House for his addiction issues but had had lapses in terms of his cannabis use.

This she said was fairly typical in such cases.  He has also engaged with Tabor Lodge pre entry service for residential care but has missed one or two sessions.

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Judge Ó Donnabháin remanded Mr Allen on continuing bail to appear in court in November for sentence. Mr Allen was sent forward for sentence His defence counsel, Siobhan Lankford SC, told the court that there was certain duplication in the charges from April which she would address when

Joshua Allen (seen here at a previous court appearance) was Allen , who is son of celebrity chef Rachel Allen , had been sent A number of other counts on the indictment have been adjourned, with Allen ' s Senior Counsel, Siobhán Lankford, explaining that they were encompassed by the charges to

Ms Lankford said that Allen was anxious to go in to a residential facility in order to combat addiction.

In a bid to better himself he has volunteered with a homeless service and has returned to soccer. 

Judge O'Donnabhain said that Mr Allen was "exceptionally young" to be before the courts for a Section 15A offence. 

He remanded him in custody until the end of the month to give his legal team an opportunity to secure residential care. 

Mr Allen was supported in court by his father Isaac.

In a statement last year Rachel Allen and her husband Isaac said they were “devastated” by the arrest of their son Joshua in relation to drugs charges.

The couple issued a statement in a bid to  “alleviate the frenzy of enquiry and speculation on going in relation to our son Joshua”.

Mr and Mrs Allen said that Joshua had admitted his guilt and was co operating with gardai.

The couple said their son had made a “huge mistake” which would lead to

“profound consequences” for him.

Rachel Allen was brought up in Dublin and left home at eighteen to study at the internationally renowned Ballymaloe Cookery School.

Ms Allen is a TV chef and author and teaches in Ballymaloe.

She is the author of four best selling cookery books and has appeared in television series for RTE and the BBC.

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