Murder charge against daughter of former NSW Premier dropped

A MURDER charge against Harriet Wran, the daughter of former NSW Premier Neville Wran, was dropped yesterday after she pleaded guilty to lesser charges.

Wran (pictured) pleaded guilty to harbouring, maintaining and assisting a man, knowing that he murdered a Sydney drug dealer in August 2014, the ABC reported.

She had previously pleaded not guilty to murdering the drug dealer, Daniel McNulty, 48, in a public housing flat in Redfern.

Wran also pleaded guilty to robbing "in company" another man, Brett Fitzgerald, who was stabbed in an altercation, the ABC reported.

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