Prominent Wollongong solicitor and alleged drug dealer Vic Cuoco has been hit with two additional cocaine charges, a court has heard.
Cuoco, the founder and director of CVC Law, stands accused of supplying party drugs to friends after a Sydney Harbour cruise in February this year, however the fresh drug supply allegations are said to have occurred between December 6 and 7 last year.
One of the alleged supplies involved 0.7 grams of cocaine.
A quantity was not specified for the other count.
The court has previously heard Cuoco and a friend, mechanic Paul 'PJ' Jewell, went on a cruise around Sydney Harbour on February 6, which was organised by Cuoco's business associates, where they met a woman before they all went back to a Meriton Hotel room in the city.
The woman alleged asked, "where's the coke?"
Police allege Cuoco supplied cocaine to Jewell and two other people, with the drugs being concealed in a false key, all of which was captured on a police surveillance device in the room.
The trio of men alleged snorted cocaine off the woman's breasts before they went to a night club.
Police allege Cuoco gave more cocaine to Jewell the following morning, prompting the mechanic to tell a friend, "Vic just got me back on the horse".
During two of six separate incidents, police allegedly recorded Cuoco agreeing to supply "bags" to his associates.
At Jewell's work Christmas party hosted at Cabbage Tree Hotel on December 20 last year, police will allege a drug detection dog operation foiled Cuoco and Jewell's party plans.
Jewell was apparently "sweating beads" and said "[I] nearly threw my wallet over the bar" when he saw the drug dogs.
Police allege Jewell tipped off Cuoco to the dog operation via text message, prompting Cuoco to say, "whatever I've got, I'm leaving in the car", with Jewell agreeing that it was better to "play it safe".
Police arrested the two men in April.
It is alleged while searching Cuoco's Market Street office, detectives found a resealable bag of cocaine within a football boot memorabilia and MDMA in his car.
At Cuoco's Balgownie home, where he lives with his wife Cyn who appeared on reality television program My Kitchen Rules in 2017, police found a poker machine, which Cuoco did not have a licence to own.
They also discovered an unsecured air rifle and ammunition inside the home.
Cuoco was charged with 13 offences and remanded in custody but released on court bail after his lawyer successfully argued he had strong community ties, was the family breadwinner and his business would "suffer if he was not able to work".
Cuoco's lawyer at the time also claimed a custodial sentence was not inevitable if his client was convicted.
Cuoco did not appear in court on Wednesday during the brief mention of his matter, which was adjourned to June 22.
Cuoco remains on bail.
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