A survivor of the Grenfell Tower fire is facing jail after investigators found the remains of his cannabis oil factory in the wreck of the building.
Eamon Zada, 35, was arrested after officers combing the burnt-out tower three weeks after the deadly blaze found a store of cannabis cuttings, butane gas canisters and an oven in his flat.
Zada, who is currently being housed at the Raddison Blu hotel in Portman Square, Marylebone, had produced enough cannabis oil to last one user 140 days, Westminster Magistrates’ Court heard.
On Wednesday, Zada pleaded guilty to one count of being concerned in the supply of cannabis on or before July 4 last year.
The Grenfell Tower caught fire on 14 June last year, killing 71 people, including an unborn child, and leaving hundreds of others homeless.
Ahead of the hearing, lawyers for Zada asked for him to be granted anonymity for fear the presence of butane canisters could