A Tayside doctor has admitted illegally importing prescription drugs to Scotland.
Katy McAllister, 33, pled guilty to being concerned in importing morphine, Oxycodone, diazepam and temazepam on various occasions in 2017.
The mother-of-two, a qualified medical doctor, admitted four charges on indictment at Dundee Sheriff Court on Tuesday.
She denied a further ten charges including possessing the Class C drugs Zolpidem, Zopiclone, diazepam, Tramadol and nitrazepam at her West End home in 2017.
The not guilty pleas were accepted by Dundee Sheriff Court.
Between July 19 2017 and August 31 2017, McAllister attempted to import the Class A drug morphine at her home in Seafield Close in Dundee, as well as the international postal hub in Coventry.
McAllister pled guilty to importing Oxycodone, also a Class A drug, at the same locations.
She further admitted importing Class C drugs diazepam and temazepam between May and August 2017 at her home and at the Royal Mail sorting office in Dundee.
Sheriff Alastair Carmichael deferred sentencing for a written narrative to be provided, which would detail the total value of the drugs.
In 2017 McAllister, was acquitted of causing the death of a friend by giving her a cocktail of drugs at Voodoo Tattoo in Perth Road in May 2015.
Louise McGowan had been anxious about getting a tattoo and the Crown had alleged that drugs taken by Mrs McGowan caused her to suffer a cardiac arrest.
It was ruled that there was insufficient evidence for the charge to go before a jury.
At the time, McAllister was given a community payback order after pleading guilty to separate charges of supplying or offering to supply diazepam and temazepam to other individuals, as well as possessing magic mushrooms and the controlled drug midazolam.
A year later, in 2018, the disgraced medic crashed her car near a nursery while under the influence of prescription drugs.
She pled guilty to driving while unfit through drink or drugs on August 22 2018 on Earn Crescent, near Menzieshill Nursery.
Her car collided with a fence and another parked car, damaging both.
At the time of the offence, McAllister had been suffering from an addiction to prescription medication but was reported to be in recovery.
She is due in court for sentencing in relation to her latest charges on October 11.