The ice addict daughter of former NSW premier Neville Wran may walk free in just weeks, after she was today sentenced to a two-year non-parole period for accessory after the fact of murder.
Former private school girl Harriet Wran was high on ice when she participated in the robbery of drug dealer Daniel McNulty, who was then murdered by her boyfriend of two weeks, Michael Lee, and their companion, Lloyd Haines. She maintains she had no idea the murder was to happen.
Referencing the fact she came from a very privileged background, Justice Ian Harrison told the courtroom that 'drugs and drug addiction do not discriminate among different sections of the community'. He added, 'I have no concern that she will reoffend.'
She was described as a model prisoner and has apparently been drug free since the crime.
Harriet broke down in tears as the sentence was set. It includes one year for robbery in company, and the accessory charge, to be served concurrently.