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‘Little Miss Attitude’ ran child heroin drug racket

‘I’m going to kick off’: Naliah Noreen helped coerce a child drug runner PICTURE: CAVENDISH

A GANGSTER’S moll nicknamed ‘Little Miss Attitude’ has been jailed for five years after she helped mastermind a county lines drugs racket which forced children to traffic cocaine and heroin.

Naliah Noreen was arrested after police heard of the ordeal of one 15-year-old boy used as a runner.

Mother-of-one Noreen, 23, and her two brothers ran five drug hotlines which made or fielded 54,000 calls in four months, a court was told.

She helped coerce the lad after claiming he owed the gang money. Noreen and her relatives would drive the terrified teenager around estates in Rochdale, Greater Manchester so he could make deliveries of heroin and cocaine. He is now receiving special police help.

Noreen — known among addicts as the ‘woman with the really arrogant bad attitude’ — also travelled to Lancashire and Staffordshire to collect large hauls of dirty money on behalf of her boyfriend, Mohammed Abu Khan.

During her police interview she said: ‘Better get me the f*** out of here or I’m going to kick off.’ She also referred to the officers as ‘p****s’ throughout, Daniel Calder, prosecuting, told Minshull Street crown court in Manchester.

Noreen, from Rochdale, admitted conspiracy to supply cocaine and heroin and money laundering.

Her brothers Asad Ali, 19, and Ratib Ali, 20, and their housemate Janaid Rehman, 18, were jailed at earlier hearings.

Her boyfriend Khan, 28, is serving seven and a half years in prison.

Police seized 28lbs of class A drugs and more than £100,000 cash during the investigation.