Kelly Sott, girlfriend of Michael Douglas’ troubled son Cameron, has been linked to Cameron’s coast-to-coast drug ring in a new federal complaint, exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com.
Federal authorities say they have undercover video linking Sott to Cameron’s sophisticated drug ring that even used Fed-Ex to transport illegal narcotics across state lines.
According to the complaint, agents witnessed Sott making a delivery, in July, of 215 grams of meth to a Mailbox Etc store in California to be shipped to Douglas in NY. She also told a federal informant she was distributing the drugs. This makes it clear she was involved in the drug ring. As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Sott was arrested Monday after allegedly attempting to pass drugs to Cameron at the Manhattan penthouse of his mother, Diandra Douglas, where he’s under house arrest. Law enforcement officials say Sott hid dime bags of heroin in the handle of an electric toothbrush, an item Cameron was obsessed over having delivered.
According to the arrest report, Douglas asked Sott to bring over personal items and “appeared to be very concerned about when the toothbrush would be delivered.”
The guards became suspicious and 19 small bags “containing a brownish substance that appeared to be heroin,” inside the battery compartment.
Authorities say, in all, there were seven grams of heroin inside the toothbrush.
Drug Enforcement Administration agents were called in, and they field-tested the bags and found that they contained about seven grams of heroin, authorities said.
Sott, 32, told investigators at the apartment that she didn’t know about the contents of the toothbrush, the complaint said. Sources said she was “shaking and sweating” when arrested.
Agents brought her back to the Gansevoort Hotel room she had shared with Douglas until he was busted last month, where they found dozens of empty bags that appeared to have the same marking as those found in the toothbrush, according to the complaint.
Agents also found heroin, pot and meth.
Sott remains in custody with the U.S. Marshals office. Bail has not been set, a law enforcement source tells RadarOnline.com.