Great Grandma Who Gave Cannabis-Infused Butter To Grandson Gets Two-Year Bond

An Australian great-grandmother, Pam Annette Bickerton who allowed her grandson to use her cannabis-infused butter to make pot muffins and sell them to his friends was sentenced to a two-year good behavior bond, reported Adelaide Now.

What happened: The teen woke up his grandmother asking her for pot-infused butter to make some muffins. Bickerton, who uses marijuana as a sleep aid, agreed.

"Still in a state of tiredness and unfortunately … she said 'go for it — just make sure that you clean up afterward," her lawyer was quoted as saying.

Bickerton pleaded guilty in Adelaide Magistrates Court to a count of supplying or administering a controlled drug to a child, saying she was “extremely remorseful.”

Magistrate Justin Wickens said that the grandma should have known better.

“Police became aware of an allegation that a student was selling cupcakes laced with cannabis at [the school after the students] presented at the sick bay displaying symptoms consistent with cannabis consumption,” Wickens said. “Police spoke to two students who disclosed that …

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