A Long Island-based banana mogul pleaded guilty yesterday to supplying cocaine during a 2009 threesome that left one woman dead of an overdose.

46-year-old Thomas Hoey, heir to the Long Island Banana Corp., was arrested in January and hit with a number of charges in connection with the death of 41-year-old Kimberly Calo. Calo, Hoey and 25-year-old Nicole Zobkiw engaged in a threesome at the Kitano Hotel in Midtown on January 10th 2009; Hoey, who was married and has two children, admitted in court yesterday that he "shared cocaine with Kimberly Calo," who began "shaking and frothing" sometime after taking the drugs and ultimately died—Hoey said he delayed calling 911 when she started convulsing. Hoey also told prosecutors he had Zobkiw lie to a grand jury on his behalf. Calo, a personal trainer, left behind two children.

Hoey also admitted to supplying a significant amount of potent cocaine to friends between the years of 2005 and 2010. He claimed, however, that he did not sell the drugs to them, telling the court it was "for social use, not in exchange for money." He pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute cocaine, aiding in perjury conspiracy and obstructing justice, and faces nine to 11 years years in prison.

Hoey also faces further sentencing on charges from a separate case—in 2012, he was arrested after a neighbor spotted him beating up his girlfriend, Alison Bretherick. Bretherick, who is still dating him, was reportedly in court yesterday to show her support.