Woman who tattooed body with 98% ink sticks middle finger up after court

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Tattoo-covered Amber Breeana Luke posted a picture of herself "dodging death" after she pleaded guilty to drug-related charges.

Luke, who calls herself Blue Eyes White Dragon, was told she is likely to receive a custodial sentence for a "very significant and serious" trafficking offence but Judge Paul Smith bailed her until 2021.

The inked up model, who gained media attention after she tattooed her eyeballs with blue ink, put her middle finger up to the world following the court hearing in Australia.

In a post which shows Luke wearing a ski mask face-on with her middle finger to the camera, she wrote: "Dodging death done became my thing, take my chances with the Glock – c*** it back and let nina sing."

The picture has been a hit with her following, who have liked the image over 2,500 times.

One user said: "Beautiful, this is lit."

While a second said: "Would love hearing sometime how you became a Satanist."

"Fu*****, badass," a third added.

It is unclear what Ms Luke is referencing but the snap comes just days after she warned her followers not to take drugs in the wake of her scandal.

News Au claims Ms Luke' charges included trafficking, supplying and possessing dangerous drugs and receiving property obtained from drug trafficking or supplying.

  • Tattoo-covered Instagram model pleads guilty to ‘serious’ drug trafficking

She pleaded guilty to seven charges, but was bailed until February 17 2021 after the judge ruled the court was not given adequate information about Ms Luke's mental health.

As part of her bail conditions, Ms Luke must reside with her mother, report to police and not take any drugs.

Her defence lawyer told the court his client had a long history of mental health difficulties and had been hospitalised multiple times for conditions such as schizophrenia.

Ms Luke rose to fame after she began showing off her body art on social media.

She has amassed a following of more than 50,000 and is rumoured to have spent more than $45,000 (£24,806) pursuing her passion.

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