Intern admits stealing drugs from Nima Alavi
An intern pharmacist has admitted stealing human growth hormones and weight loss drugs from her former employer, Melbourne's Como Compounding Pharmacy.
The business is run by Nima Alavi, the pharmacist who reportedly tipped off police about supplements provided to Essendon AFL club in 2014.
who stole vials of drugs from her Melbourne employer has established a hydration clinic that's serviced celebrities, including actress Ruby Rose.
Shadi Kazeme, 28, who owns a controversial vitamins clinic, was a pre-registered pharmacist when the thefts took place, the the Melbourne Magistrates' Court has been told.
She used her position at the pharmacy to send 83 packs of drugs to her home and to people connected to her - without prescription or payment - and often in false names, prosecutor Diana Karamicov said.
Prosecutors don't know the total value of the theft because they can&