​Kayleearne Clyde to plead guilty to charges

UPDATE, noon, Friday: A WARRNAMBOOL drug dealer charged with similar ​new ​offending will ​plead guilty early next month

​​Kayleearne Clyde, 22, had her bail revoked in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court earlier this week after being arrested and charged with also breaching her bail conditions. 

​She appeared in the court again on Friday, when her lawyer Adam Bellman indicated his client would be entering guilty pleas to the outstanding charges that include trafficking drugs.

He said Ms Clyde was warned during her last court hearing in March that if she returned to court charged with similar offences she would receive a lengthy term of imprisonment.

"My client is very aware of comments a magistrate made previously and the situation she is now in," Mr Bellman told magistrate Cynthia Toose.

Ms Toose adjourned the further hearing of Ms Clyde's charges to a plea hearing at 10am July 5.

The accused woman is already on community corrections order which started after she previously served a three-month sentence.

Ms Toose noted there was no application for bail and Office Of Corrections staff handed up a report on Ms Clyde's progress on her current CCO.

Earlier: A WARRNAMBOOL drug dealer charged with similar offending will be back in court ​on Friday to apply for bail.

​​Kayleearne Clyde, 22, had her bail revoked in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court earlier this week after being arrested and charged with breaching her bail conditions. 

Police conducted a bail check on Tuesday and arrested Ms Clyde.

She was on bail charged with trafficking drugs. 

Magistrate Cynthia Toose noted that Ms Clyde was already on a community corrections order after pleading guilty to serious charges including trafficking methamphetamine. 

Earlier in the week lawyer Louis Robertson said he was having great difficulty getting instructions from Ms Clyde.

The magistrate said that Ms Clyde had been charged with the same type of offending  for which she was placed on a CCO. 

She noted custody management issues included a withdrawal from drug use, mental health and self-harm issues and that Ms Clyde suffered from anxiety and depression.

Ms Toose noted that Ms Clyde was also vulnerable in custody because of her age and appearance.