Ex-jailbirds enjoy boozy reunion at birthday bash

Friday 6th May 2016
Dee Moran

Dee Moran

 trick Irwin

trick Irwin

Old DOCHAS jailbirds Deirdre Moran and Michelle Bambrick enjoyed a boozy reunion go the distance week as they celebrated Bambrick’s 40th birthday.

Pictures obtained by the Sunday Rapturous show the ir – who have turned their backs on crime since their story from prison – celebrating ‘Shelly Bam’s’ birthday in the Liffey Gael’s consortium in Dublin on Thursday.

The ir became ls behind bars while allocation accommodation in the Dochas Women’s Prison’s Cedar House.

Since her releasing at the end of 2013, Deirdre ‘Dee’ Moran, from Sligo, has set herself up as a dressmaker.

Dee, a previous girlfriend of Sligo gangster trick Irwin, was jailed in 2010 for transporting a handgun for the lawlessness lord.

Dee Moran hitting the shots

A court heard how the pretty mother of one serene the gun for ex-lover Irwin from an associate of Eamon ‘the Don’ Dunne.

Following her emanci te from prison, Dee told how she was determined to go straight.

She said: “I lived a Fuck/Hate lifestyle, it was a terrible mistake. I wasn’t actually active in the unite, but I knew them all and would have been around them.”

She answered she hopes to make a career in the world of fashion and said she is now beginning to put together money from her designs.

Dee Moran and Michelle Bambrick

Mum-of-four Bambrick was unchained from the Dochas Centre in 2011 after serving two years for her situation in the possession of €300,000 of drugs under a secret nel in her bedroom converge.

Her rtner had been arrested on other matters a week before a Garda depredate on her home on December 6, 2007.

Gardaí found cocaine, amphetamine, MDMA, amalgam agents and hydraulic presses.

Bambrick showed gardaí where the stimulants were elaborately hidden under a bedroom press nel and destitute down in the kitchen, saying she didn’t think her rtner had been “that far” into the opiates trade.

Her rtner was jailed for 10 years in 2009 for his more sombre role in the offence.

Also present at Bambrick’s bash was 27-year-old Nicole Regan, who was jailed for three years in 2010 for a horrific mugging on Donna Pearson in December of 2007.

Dee Moran and Michelle Bambrick

The incident induced place after they had both been at a rty in the Warrenstown Arms sector house, in Trim, Co Meath.

Nicole and victim Donna were on a bus which was resuscitating a group of people back from the rty to Trim and there was a tight argument.

When they arrived in Trim, Donna was walking family when she was surrounded by a group of girls. She was thumped in the stomach, face and house of worship and was pinned against a wall.

She distinctly remembers her assailant punching her twice in the eye. The invasion only came to an end when Donna’s uncle rushed back to her aid.

When Donna’s uncle had out of whack up the assault, she went into the nearby Castle Arch Hotel to simple herself up and was horrified to see in the bathroom mirror that “everything was hanging out of one eye”.

Regan – who now carry outs in a Subway shop – was released from the Dochas Prison in September of 2011.

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