A glamorous neuroscience student is accused of having 48 MDMA capsules on her possession at a hard-style music festival.
Adelaide woman Abbey Spurr, 19, was one of eight people charged with drug supply at the Hardcore Till I Die festival at Sydney Olympic Park.
The South Australian fronted Parramatta Bail Court on Sunday via video link from prison after she was stopped by police at 6.40pm on Saturday.
The young student, who is accused of supplying the drug, told the court she had gone to the festival to see friends, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Spurr was granted bail on the condition she reported to police in Adelaide and was present at her next appearance in Sydney on February 6.
She said she needed to go home so she could attend her lectures.
'I go to lectures in the evening after work … I’ll being working a bit less hours so I can fit it in around uni,' the young woman told the court.
Mitchell Bradley, 21, also appeared in court after allegedly being stopped with more than 33 grams of cocaine.
He was stopped by highway officers in Sydney's eastern suburbs at Queens Park.
Police allege he was on his way to the other festival, Electric Gardens, and had the drug strapped to him.
His mother reportedly sobbed when the magistrate denied his bail.
Ten young partygoers were arrested on drug related charges at the event and the Electric Gardens in Sydney's Centennial Park.
Beaumont Tran, 25, was allegedly holding 100 pills, as well as a knife and $630 in cash.
Another Hardcore Till I Die attendee, Isoa Rabuatoka, 18, allegedly punched a security guard in the face before then allegedly hitting a woman in the head with a glass bottle.
The woman allegedly had glass embedded into her head.
Rabuatoka has also been denied bail.
A total of 79 people were ejected from Hardcore Till I die, including 30 people for intoxication, police said.
Daily Mail Australia went inside the festival to see the effects of heightened security after five recent deaths at music festivals across NSW, and found many revellers were not deterred.
People were seen taking what appeared to be MDMA pills and capsules both inside the event and near the train station outside, and even talking about taking them on the train there.
One man even approached Daily Mail Australia in an attempt to score drugs.