Andrea Christine Lucia Mohr was born on the 19th of July in a small town in the South of Germany. Today she is a writer, but for many years she was a wanted woman, organising crime, laundering money, and involved in a Cocaine cartel. As a young woman she studied at University in Munich and in Berlin. Working as a model and actress, hostess and performing in a cabaret show she lived in Berlin for ten years, half a year in Osaka, Japan and ten years in Melbourne Australia. She also travelled the world making many contacts and she started dealing in drugs.
In 1997 Andrea married Werner Paul Roberts in Auckland, New Zealand. He was 16 years older than her and carried a New Zealand passport but he was of German origin. Andrea moved to Melbourne and lived with Werner and a friend Carl in Elwood.
In 1999 after a six month covered operation called “Operation Regent” and “Operation Sundial” that involved monitoring Andrea’s every conversation she was arrested along with her ex-husband Werner, her friend Carl and the star lawyer Andrew Fraser for an international conspiracy to import drugs.
The prosecution demanded 25 years jail for her but she was sentenced to 8 years jail and was released after 5 and consequently deported to Germany. For all of those 5 years in prison she was to spend them in High Security as a High Profile Case in the worst jail for women in Victoria: The Dame Phyllis Frost Centre known amongst inmates as Deer Park.
After two years behind bars, when she was finally sentenced, she started studying for a Bachelor of Arts degree. She was one of the first women to obtain permission to study via correspondence in the prison. She also initiated a peerworker program amongst other programs in an attempt to make life behind bars less brutal and more humane.
She was arrested and sentenced along with three men: her husband, Werner Roberts, who received 13 years jail with 10 years to serve, a friend, Carl Urbanec who received 9 years with 6 to serve and Andrew Fraser a well known solicitor in Melbourne who received 7 years prison with 5 years to serve. In 2001 Andrea divorced her husband Werner. In 2007 Andrew Fraser wrote the best selling books about his prison experiences "Court in the Middle" and „Lunatic Soup“.
Today Andrea is a writer and member of Amnesty International and also a multicultural association in her hometown. Her book “Pixie” which she started to write while still in jail was completed after her release.
It tells the story of her arrest and imprisonment as well as her adventures travelling the world. Her book graphically details the violence and dysfunction she experienced inside prison. Pixie is the nickname given to her by one fellow prison inmate.
Andrea is since her release in 2004 the author of the following books:
„Pixie“ published by Hardie Grant Books
„Eine Kulinarische Weinreise durch die Pfalz“ published by Umschau Buchverlag
„Trends und Lifestyle in Berlin und Umgebung“ published by Umschau Buchverlag
„Eine Kulinarische Reise durch Niederösterreich“ published Umschau Buchverlag
Short stories of Andrea have been published in different literature magazines.
"This is not a Striptease" is a One-Woman-Show performed by Andrea Mohr since 2009.
Sometimes she shares the stage with the legendary Howard Marks „Pixie meets Mr Nice“.
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Ich konnte Ihr Buch nicht mehr aus der Hand legen und möchte Ihnen für Ihre Zukunft alles Gute wünschen und freue mich auf Ihr zweites Buch. Alles Gute auch Ihren Ex-Mitgefangenen. Ihre Arbeit als Peerworkerin hat mich sehr beeindruckt und hoffentlich werde solche Aktionen weitergeführt.
Freundliche Grüsse Christa Frei-Dürr