Alderman who once underwent bone surgery to get bigger says that smoking synthetic herbs has destroyed her brain
- Controversial old city councilor says that smoking synthetic herbs has ruined her brain
- Hajnal Ban, 41, has also notoriously operated in Russia to increase her height
- The Supreme Court in Brisbane gave Thursday the order to pay $ 25,000 in costs
Brett Lackey for Daily Mail Australia
A controversial Councilor who once underwent a fracture operation in Russia to extend her length says that smoking synthetic herbs has destroyed her brain.
Hajnal Ban, who served at Logan City Council in Queensland from 2008 to 2012, owes more than $ 280,000 in expenses for multiple lawsuits.
The Supreme Court on Thursday in Brisbane has ordered that by the end of February it must pay at least $ 25,000.
Chris McDermott, a friend of whom Ms. Ban granted temporary power of attorney, told the court that she could not be there, because she had destroyed her brain & # 39; by smoking synthetic herbs.
A controversial council member notorious for a bombarding operation in Russia to extend her length says that smoking synthetic herbs has destroyed her brain
Hajnal Ban, who served at Logan City Council in Queensland from 2008 to 2012, owes more than $ 280,000 in fees for multiple lawsuits
"There are many drugs on the market that you can buy and which are legal, genetically modified herbs," said Mr. McDermott in the absence of Mrs. Ban, according to The Courier Mail.
& # 39; Some of them have completely destroyed her brain. It will take her about three to four months to recover. & # 39;
A process report from Ms. Ban's psychiatrist stated that she had used the herbs between 2012 and 2016 and had heard voices since 2013.
The report said the voices were critical and insulting by saying things like Mrs. Ban a shame & # 39 ;, a & # 39; prostitute & # 39; and an & # 39; embarrassment & # 39; used to be.
In 2002, Ms. Ban underwent surgery in Russia, killing bones in her legs to lengthen her length by 8 cm.
Later she wrote a book about the operation under the pseudonym, God made me small, surgery made me long & # 39 ;.
Her ex-husband, former advisor to the One Nation Party Sean Black, was jailed earlier this year for ill-treatment and rape of a woman in 2007.
Ms. Ban also had criminal prosecution for allegedly violating local financial disclosure laws in 2011 in connection with a property sale at Brisbane.
In an affidavit from the court, Ms. Ban said she was currently seeking treatment that would, in my opinion, lead to an improvement in my health.
Ms. Ban said she had ruined her brain by smoking synthetic herbs over the course of four years (stock image)