NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Andrea Sanderlin, the so-called Westchester pot mom, was released Monday on $500,000 bond secured by the financial assets of four casual acquaintances.
As CBS 2’s Hazel Sanchez reported, Sanderlin looked weathered during her court appearance. Later, she dodged cameras and questions as she left Brooklyn Federal Court, CBS 2’s Tracee Carrasco reported.
The Scarsdale mother of two, infamously known as “pot mom,” looked emotionless, despite being released from jail. She didn’t say a single word as her entourage rushed her to a silver SUV.
She had been behind bars since her arrest in May when federal agents busted her for allegedly running a multi-million dollar marijuana-growing operation out of a warehouse in Maspeth, Queens.