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Bayside boxer busted in Nebraska pot case

The 27-year-old Queens woman was pulled over along Interstate 80 in Kimball County on Jan. 23 at around 4:40 p.m. by a state trooper, who searched the vehicle and found three large black suitcases in the trunk packed with vacuum-sealed marijuana, according to the Nebraska State Patrol.Police estimated the street value of the drugs at $50,000.Fiore, who posed bare-breasted in November 2002 for the racy King Magazine, which calls itself the "Illest Men's Magazine Ever," and for Playboy in 2004, was consigned to the decidedly less glamorous environs of Kimball County Jail after being charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, the DA said.According to a spokesman at the Kimball County district attorney's office, Fiore posted bail. The Associated Press pegged the amount at $250,000.Fiore, who boxed under the monicker Lynn Mora, won the Golden Gloves in 2002.An. Aug. 19, 2001 a New York Observer article said Mora was once a swimsuit model who dabbled in flight school before her brother reportedly introduced her to underground fighting in Miami. The piece also described her as "a flyweight on the cusp of going professional."Reach reporter M. Junaid Alam by e-mail at or by phone at 718-229-0300 Ext 174.

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