A TEENAGE drug dealer has been locked up for a year after selling ecstasy to a 14-year-old girl who died after taking it.

Thomas Lamont, 18, sold six tablets to Zoe Bremner in June last year.

Zoe later fell ill after taking two of the pills.

The schoolgirl was pronounced dead after an ambulance was called to a flat in Glasgow’s Cowcaddens.

Lamont, of Knightswood, today returned to Glasgow Sheriff Court having earlier pleaded guilty to being concerned in the supply of ecstasy (MDMA).

Sheriff Johanna Johnston QC said the sentence would have been 14 months, but for the guilty plea.

Co-accused Stephen Selkirk, 18, joined him in the dock after he also admitted the same charge.

He pleaded guilty to dealing the drug to four teenagers in April and May last year.

Selkirk, of Yoker, was locked up for 14 months reduced from 16 months.