Love Island's Bethany Rogers facing five years in prison over ketamine charge 1 week ago

Love Island's Bethany Rogers facing five years in prison over ketamine charge

She appeared on the first series of the show in 2015.

Love Island's Bethany Rogers is facing five years in prison over a ketamine charge.

The former reality TV contestant was caught in possession of 134mg of the drug in 2018.

She pleaded guilty to the charge and is now facing jail time.

The Sun reports that Rogers, who is 24-years-old, admitted to having the Class B drug in her possession during a short hearing at Bradford magistrates court.

She is also accused of spending criminal money worth £16,500 on a car.

The mother-of-one, who was 19 when she appeared on the ITV dating show, entered the villa on day 14 of season one.

She arrived alongside fellow islander Max Morley, who eventually went on to win the first series of the show.

Rogers was dumped from the villa after just one week when she failed to couple up.

She was released on bail this week and will return to Bradford crown court next month.

Possession of Class B drugs like ketamine can carry a punishment of up to five years in prison.