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Inside Scott Miller’s crazy plot to drive 4kg of meth from Sydney to the Victorian border

Olympian Scott Miller (pictured) was always going to get caught trying to smuggle meth from Sydney to the Victorian border

The full chaotic story of Scott Miller’s doomed drug running escapade can finally be told as the Olympic swimmer faces sentencing for his inept attempt at smuggling meth. 

Miller’s plan to drive 4kg of meth worth $2.2million across New South Wales ended in his inevitable arrest along with three bumbling accomplices, one of whom he had met in rehab. 

The entire shambolic scheme had no chance of success, with police watching, listening to and tracking every movement of the drugs from start to finish. 

Miller, the 100m butterfly silver medallist at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, drove the meth about 280km from Sydney to Yass and handed over the consignment for…

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