Meghan’s nephew is a CANNABIS farmer

Is planning a new drug called ‘Markle’s Sparkle’ (but don’t worry your Royal Highness… It’s all legal)

 

It is just a few weeks away now and the Markle family must be bursting with excitement as Meghan’s marriage to Prince Harry approaches. 

But the arrangements are not the first thing on the mind of Meghan’s nephew Tyler Dooley – he’s more focused on the millions of dollars’ worth of marijuana he is helping to grow.

The 25-year-old boasts of his pride at being a ‘pioneer’ in an industry that is now legal in the United States.

Were he to be caught in the UK with anything close to the quantity of marijuana in his business partner’s greenhouse, he would be jailed for years.

But while Britain remains determined to ban the drug after new disturbing evidence about the damage it causes, Dooley is a fervent advocate for its benefits, saying: ‘We are passionate about marijuana and all the good things it brings.’

But he is not completely ignoring his aunt’s big day. In his zeal to spread the word, he is planning to develop a potent new hybrid strain of cannabis to mark the wedding, called Markle’s Sparkle. And should Prince Harry and his bride ever visit Tyler at his home in Grant’s Pass, Oregon, he will be ‘more than happy’ to offer them a sample.

Tyler is not the only member of his family involved with marijuana. His brother TJ, 26 – another of Meghan’s nephews – gives it to his dog for pain relief. Their mother Tracy, 52, has a job selling advertising, and many of her clients are marijuana dispensaries.

The stores offer customers hundreds of products ranging from traditional pre-rolled joints to pot-infused gummy bears, oils, vapourisers and pot-laced cookies and popcorn.

Prices range from just £3.50 for a single joint to £230 for several grams of the most potent oil. A lemon doodle cookie two-pack costs £16 while ‘head trip mango guava gummies’ are £14.

OAPs and military veterans are offered a ten per cent discount.

The business is worth about £3.5 million, and Tyler is now paid a commission for sales and marketing services. He was previously paid for finding the land and helping to build the facility.

Tamayo, a divorced father-of-four, was involved in the illegal marijuana trade from aged 17 and was jailed for a year in 2008 after drug enforcement agents found him illegally growing more than 1,000 cannabis plants in bunkers. By 2015, he had obtained a legal recreational grower’s licence.

The stores offer customers hundreds of products ranging from traditional pre-rolled joints to pot-infused gummy bears, oils, vapourisers and pot-laced cookies and popcorn.

Prices range from just £3.50 for a single joint to £230 for several grams of the most potent oil. A lemon doodle cookie two-pack costs £16 while ‘head trip mango guava gummies’ are £14.

OAPs and military veterans are offered a ten per cent discount.

The business is worth about £3.5 million, and Tyler is now paid a commission for sales and marketing services. He was previously paid for finding the land and helping to build the facility.

Tamayo, a divorced father-of-four, was involved in the illegal marijuana trade from aged 17 and was jailed for a year in 2008 after drug enforcement agents found him illegally growing more than 1,000 cannabis plants in bunkers. By 2015, he had obtained a legal recreational grower’s licence.

 

Daily Mail :oldtoker:

 

 

PS. I’m an OAP, so I get a discount :smokin: NOT :thumbdown:

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