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Bethany appeared on the first season of Love Island (Picture: Rex Features)

Former Love Island contestant Bethany Rogers faces five years in prison after admitting to ketamine possession in court recently.

The reality star, who lasted one week in the ITV2 villa during the shows first season in 2015, was caught with 134mg of the Class B drug last year.

Appearing in Bradford magistrates court, the 24-year-old pleaded guilty.

She appeared on the dating show four years ago after entering the villa alongside Max Morley, only to place 11th after she failed to couple up with anyone.

Aged just 19 when she went into the villa on day 14, she immediately clashed with the other women in the house, going on to have a screaming argument with eventual winner Jess Hayes before being booted on day 21.

If found guilty of her recent charge, possession of the drug can carry up to five years in prison, an unlimited fine, or both, while the supply of the drug can carry up to 14 years behind bars.

Bethany Rogers on Love Island
She lasted a week in the villa (Picture: Rex Features)
Bethany rogers Love Island
She clashed with the women (Picture: Rex Features)

Ketamine is part of the same drugs class as amphetamines, barbiturates, cannabis, codeine, methylphenidate (such as Ritalin), synthetic cannabinoids, and synthetic cathinones (for example mephedrone, and methoxetamine).

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The mother-of-one from Leeds didnt enter a plea for a separate charge, as she also stands accused of using £16,500 of criminal cash to buy an Audi A3, according to The Sun.

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