Playboy model tweets ‘I need a solisitor’ as she’s told to pay £3,100 in court

Playboy and Babestation model Kayleigh Wanless
Kayleigh Wanless, 28, was taken to court over the cash (Picture: Kayleigh Wanless)

A Playboy and Babestation model has been ordered to repay over £3,000 following a fallout with her ex boyfriend’s aunt.

Kayleigh Wanless, 28, tweeted ‘I need a solisitor’ days earlier than she confronted Donnis Brown, 59, at Newcastle Crown Court.

She and boyfriend Andrew Flavel had first requested Ms Brown for a £1,500 mortgage to assist pay lease on their Tenerife flat, the listening to was told.

The court heard they then requested for a additional £1,800 to help with a deposit on a new residence.

Ms Brown then took civil motion after Wanless, whose account the cash was paid into, failed to pay her again.

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She was ordered to repay the cash (Picture: Kayleigh Wanless)

The instructor told the court the dispute had brought about a ‘massive rift in the family’ and claimed Wanless was greater than able to repaying her.

She continued: ‘She said she was starting a job in four to six weeks. She works in the sex industry and I know she earns good money.’



Ms Brown stated she started to get frightened when the cash had not been repaid and texted Wanless to say she wanted it after her car broke down.

However Ms Wanless repeatedly claimed the money was ‘not her debt’ and told the court it had ‘nothing to do with her’.

The model, who co-hosted the 2019 Glamour Awards this week, claims the cash was loaned to Flavell and stated she paid for her half of the lease with her earnings.

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The model says the money is nothing to do with her (Picture: Kayleigh Wanless)

In a assertion learn to the court, she stated: ‘Andrew paid with what his auntie had sent him to my bank account as he didn’t have a checking account.

‘Andrew has stressed the money is nothing to do with me.’

She additionally denied working in the intercourse trade and accused Ms Brown of harassing her by means of social media.

Wanless and Flavell had been supported by her uncle in court, the Chronicle Live stories.

Following a transient listening to, Judge Michelle Temple dominated that Wanless was accountable for the cash, stating that she had ‘ignored the situation’.

A general view of Newcastle Crown court
Donnis Brown will now apply to the court to take it off her wages (Picture: PA)

Ms Brown will now apply to the court to take it off her wages, she stated after the listening to.

Wanless has since taken to social media to say she will likely be interesting the decide’s choice, claiming that Ms Brown focused her as an alternative of her nephew due to her excessive earnings.



She added: ‘Used to believe in the justice system but after today got [to] say what a load of poop.’



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