& # 039; Why do you do it? & # 039;: Tziporah Malkah appears when the images of its apogee are shown on TV

She is working with the non-profit organization White Caravan, an initiative that will see renewed caravans accessed by women who leave abusive relationships.

But when Tziporah, formerly known as Kate Fischer, appeared on Today's Extra Channel Nine on Friday to discuss the initiative, the station posted photos and footage from the heyday of her modeling career, her role in movies and her old commitment to the billionaire. James Packer, 50

Co-presenter David Campbell, 45, asked the brunette: "When all the photos started coming out, I asked you how you felt when people showed those photos about your past and you said … & # 39;

& # 39; Why are you doing it? & # 39 ;: Tziporah Malkah (pictured) took the images of David Campbell and Sonia Kruger from Channel Nine after the images of her career as a high-flying model were shown on the screen on Today Extra on Friday

& # 39; Why are you doing it? & # 39 ;: Tziporah Malkah (pictured) took the images of David Campbell and Sonia Kruger from Channel Nine after the images of her career as a high-flying model were shown on the screen on Today Extra on Friday

& # 39; Why are you doing it? & # 39 ;: Tziporah Malkah (pictured) took the images of David Campbell and Sonia Kruger from Channel Nine after the images of her career as a high-flying model were shown on the screen on Today Extra on Friday

Clearly offended, Tziporah closed her eyes and shook her head as she replied: "I said:" Why are you doing it? "

She continued: "I lived it, so everything's fine with me and everything is great for you, but I'm here to talk about White Caravan.

"And then, when people show me and leave," look how beautiful she was once, young, thin and rich and now look at her now, old, fat and lonely homeless. Oh, that's all we have time for now, goodbye to everyone! "he added.

Looking back: co-presenter David Campbell asked Tziporah how he felt when he saw pictures of his past life on TV, to which she replied: "Why are they doing it?" On the photo: Today additional hosts David Campbell and Sonia Kruger

Looking back: co-presenter David Campbell asked Tziporah how he felt when he saw pictures of his past life on TV, to which she replied: "Why are they doing it?" On the photo: Today additional hosts David Campbell and Sonia Kruger

Looking back: co-presenter David Campbell asked Tziporah how he felt when he saw pictures of his past life on TV, to which she replied: "Why are they doing it?" On the photo: Today additional hosts David Campbell and Sonia Kruger

Speaking in public: "When people show me and leave," look how beautiful it was once, young, thin and rich and now look at it now, old, fat and lonely homeless, "that does not make me feel good. that's why I'm here, "said the former model.

Speaking in public: "When people show me and leave," look how beautiful it was once, young, thin and rich and now look at it now, old, fat and lonely homeless, "that does not make me feel good. that's why I'm here, "said the former model.

Speaking in public: "When people show me and leave," look how beautiful it was once, young, thin and rich and now look at it now, old, fat and lonely homeless, "that does not make me feel good. that's why I'm here, "said the former model.

That does not make me feel good. That's not why I'm here.

David intervened, saying: "That's not your value of what you are anymore."

No. I think I have much more to talk about, "Tziporah replied.

In the frame: Tziporah, formerly known as Kate Fischer, was a model in the late 80s and 90s who appeared on the cover of Vogue magazine, and others

In the frame: Tziporah, formerly known as Kate Fischer, was a model in the late 80s and 90s who appeared on the cover of Vogue magazine, and others

In the frame: Tziporah, formerly known as Kate Fischer, was a model in the late 80s and 90s who appeared on the cover of Vogue magazine, and others

High-flyer: Tziporah, then known as Kate Fischer, was engaged to multi-millionaire Jamie Packer (pictured) in the 1990s

High-flyer: Tziporah, then known as Kate Fischer, was engaged to multi-millionaire Jamie Packer (pictured) in the 1990s

High-flyer: Tziporah, then known as Kate Fischer, was engaged to multi-millionaire Jamie Packer (pictured) in the 1990s

Previously on Friday, the former model revealed that she lives with the fear of being homeless again and that she could be two weeks away from being evicted, after spending almost two years living in a women's shelter. Melbourne

She told Channel Nine & # 39; s Today that the feeling of "having nowhere to go and no one to turn to has not yet abandoned her" despite living in a private place now for several years.

In a candid interview with Sylvia Jeffreys and Georgie Gardner, the former model described how her glamorous life collapsed while living in the United States when she was "embezzled" by a friend and left with "no money."

Uncertain Future: The former model revealed that she lives in fear of being left homeless again and that she could be "two weeks away from being evicted", after spending almost two years living in a women's shelter in Melbourne. In the photo: Tziporah, as Kate Fischer

Uncertain Future: The former model revealed that she lives in fear of being left homeless again and that she could be "two weeks away from being evicted", after spending almost two years living in a women's shelter in Melbourne. In the photo: Tziporah, as Kate Fischer

Uncertain Future: The former model revealed that she lives in fear of being left homeless again and that she could be "two weeks away from being evicted", after spending almost two years living in a women's shelter in Melbourne. In the photo: Tziporah, as Kate Fischer

Speaking of his return to Australia after a period living in the United States, he said: "I thought:" If you are going to be poor in any country, the best country in the world to be poor is Australia, even though it is still not great ".

"So I went back to Australia, I moved to Melbourne, I met a lot of people in Sydney, I wanted to go to a place where I am anonymous … and I moved to what was effectively a women's shelter. for women.

Tziporah, who admitted that she "never learned any skills for life" during her dizzying days as a model and actress in the 1990s, claimed that she lived in the homeless shelter for "22 months, for about two years" .

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