Westchester 'pot mom' Andrea Sanderlin pleads guilty in Brooklyn court
BROOKLYN - Westchester's infamous "pot mom" pleaded guilty in court Tuesday and faces a long prison sentence.
Andrea Sanderlin, 45, will likely serve 10 years to life behind bars after pleading guilty to felony drug charges linked to a marijuana operations she admittedly operated with the help of accomplices.
The mother of three was charged with running a massive marijuana operation that allowed her to live a life of luxury. Sanderlin was quoted in court saying, "from 2009 to 2013 in Queens, New York, I operated a facility in which I, together with others, grew at least 1,000 marijuana plants and sold the marijuana product from the plants."
Her attorney has remained silent about a possible plea deal. Currently, Sanderlin is out on $500,000 bond.