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Crown Drops Harriet Wran's Murder Charge

The daughter of former NSW Premier Neville Wran pleaded guilty to lesser charges.

Harriet Wran's murder charge has been dropped over the death of a drug dealer in 2014, instead pleading guilty to lesser charges.

In a judge-only trial in the NSW Supreme Court, the daughter of the late NSW Premier Neville Wran pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact and robbery.

She was charged with murder along with Lloyd Haines and Michael Lee, however the men pleaded guilty in June this year.

Harriet Wran's murder charge has been dropped.
Harriet Wran's murder charge has been dropped.

The court previously heard the trio planned to buy ice from dealer Daniel McNulty at a public housing unit in Redfern but a fight broke out and McNulty was fatally stabbed.

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