Three residents of a road dubbed Benefits Street after a television programme have denied plotting to deal drugs including crack cocaine.
Tina Thomas, Charlene Wilson and Samora Roberts, who was known as Black Dee in the show, were charged after a series of raids in Birmingham in June 2013.
The women, all of James Turner Street, Winson Green, each pleaded not guilty to three counts of conspiracy to supply class A and B drugs.
They are due to stand trial on 4 May.
They were granted unconditional bail after a hearing at Birmingham Crown Court.
Ms Thomas, 47, Ms Wilson, 30, and Ms Roberts, 32, are accused of conspiring to supply Class A and B drugs, including crack cocaine, diamorphine and cannabis, between March and June 2013.
Ms Roberts pleaded not guilty to two additional counts of possessing ammunition without a firearms certificate on 14 June 2013.
Meanwhile, Ms Thomas denied possessing ammunition, namely five .38-calibre Smith and Wesson cartridges, on the same date.
A fourth defendant, Omari George, 21, of Dora Road, Handsworth, Birmingham, also pleaded not guilty to the conspiracy charges.