Hayley Vernon, 32, became caught up in one of this season’s biggest controversies after allegedly hooking up with another contestant’s “husband”, Michael Goonan, during a drunken night out, prompting her own partner to scrub the toilet bowl with her toothbrush.
Unsurprisingly, Hayley and David Cannon were evicted from the show by the experts last week.
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However, Hayley is still generating headlines after leaked photos of her as a topless waitress went viral on social media.
The Melbourne-based finance broker spoke about the images to Sydney Confidential, confirming it was an “old picture from my topless days”.
Hayley added: “I have moved on now and am looking forward to working with my clothes on.”
It comes just weeks after Hayley’s castmate Natasha Spencer denied claims she also worked as a topless waitress, insisting that she only ever stripped down to a bikini on the job.
It followed a report in Woman’s Day which claimed the 26-year-old – who is listed as a financial analyst on the reality dating show – worked the secret side job under the alias “Sienna” and offered a “full nude experience” for $250 an hour.
Natasha, 26, also made headlines after a topless video leak circulated on social media, forcing her to involve police as she claimed it was released without her consent.
Meanwhile, a video also surfaced of Tash Herz at the beginning of this season, showing the 31-year-old doing a striptease at a busy bar and wearing nothing but red and white striped underwear.
Shortly after it began doing the rounds, Tash addressed the video, insisting that she was unashamed of her past.
“I don’t have time for anyone who judges that I embrace my sexuality and I am proud of my past,” she told Who magazine.
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