Harriet Wran Pleads Guilty To Ice Possession, Three Years After Prison Release

Harriet Wran has had a privileged up bringing but that hasn’t stopped her life once again spiralling out of control.

The daughter of former NSW premier Neville Wran has pleaded guilty in Wyong Court on Wednesday to three charges following her arrest at a service station in Wyong last week.

The 30-year-old was arrested at about 1.30am a week ago when police stopped a suspicious vehicle. The unknown male passenger ran off leaving Wran to face police.

Officers searched the car and it’s alleged they found a number of items, including drug paraphernalia, a small quantity of crystal methamphetamine, along with 32 credit cards, laptops and mobile phones that court papers say “proved to be from recent break and enters”.

Unopened mail, a Medicare card and an academic transcript -- believed to be stolen -- were also found.

When asked outside court if it was a tough time, Wren told 10 News First, "Yeah, it is."

Harriet Wran talks to 10 News First's Steve Hart outside court.

The latest chapter in the sad downward spiral of Harriet Wran comes less than three years after she was released from prison. She served half of a four-year sentence for being an accessory after the fact to the murder of a Redfern drug dealer.

Wran told the media then that she would do all she could to get off drugs and clean up her life, admitting at the time it would not be easy.

She will return to court on May 15 for sentencing.