Drug dealer spared jail after Geordie Shore star fell to her death from his flat where she had been partying

Two years after adult film actress and Geordie Shore star Aimee Spencer died, drug dealer Daniel Lewis avoids prison as judge rules the man 'has turned his life around'.


                            Drug dealer spared jail after Geordie Shore star fell to her death from his flat where she had been partying

A drug dealer has managed to avoid prison time after 'Geordie Shore' star Aimee Spencer plunged to her death from the window of his seafront apartment. Daniel Lewis offered "party platters" of class A drugs to guests in his plush Brighton flat where the glamor model had a fatal fall, The Daily Mail reports. 

Aimee Spencer, known by her stage name Carla Mai, fell to her death from the first-floor window of the apartment on July 11, 2016. At the time, police searched Lewis' house and found drugs worth up to £15,000 ($20,000) at the home.

But he escaped a prison sentence because Judge Christine Laing ruled he had "turned his life around", the Daily Mail notes. Lewis, 20, initially faced a murder investigation but police said five months later he would not be charged.  He admitted to seven counts of possessing class A, B and C drugs  - including cocaine, methadone, and LSD - with intent to supply, and one count of possessing ketamine.

Pathologists found both cocaine and ketamine in Spencer's system a week after she fell to her death in Chichester Terrace. The toxicologist's report said the cocktail of drugs could have put her in a "dream-like state", which might explain why she was in dangerously perched on a window ledge.

The 27-year-old died from her injuries at the city's Royal Sussex County Hospital on Monday, a week after the fall. It appears that Spencer had been partying in the flat in Chichester Terrace, Brighton, and coroner Veronica Hamilton-Deeley said a "criminal act" could not be ruled out.

Last year, the investigation maintained that it still remains unclear what happened in the moments leading up to the reality star's fatal fall. The coroner announced that: 'Aimee Spencer died as a result of injuries sustained in a fall from height. The fall occurred when she was under the influence of cocaine and ketamine. The exact circumstances of her fall remain uncertain.'

Spencer starred in adult films and briefly appeared on the MTV reality show 'Geordie Shore'. She also featured in BBC Three's 2014 documentary 'The Truth About Webcam Girls', which followed the lives of three camgirls.