Former Gold Coast stripper had to pay $ 10,500 after claiming it was a gift to appear in Charlie Sheen ad

Blonde is instructed to repay $ 10k for her BOOB JOB after claiming that her bosses gave her the operation because they wanted her to appear on an advertisement with Charlie Sheen

  • Former stripper told to repay $ 10,500 after a boob loan dispute
  • Haylee Baxter claimed that the money was a gift to appear in Charlie Sheen's advertisement
  • The former Gold Coast dancer claimed that she had been misled to sign the loan
  • NRA Enterprises rejected her allegations and claimed that she was aware of signing
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A former stripper was ordered to pay back $ 10,500 for a boob job after she claimed that her bosses had given her the operation.

Gold Coast woman Haylee Baxter was told on Wednesday that she had to pay the money during an appeal in Queensland Civil Administrative Tribunal (QCAT).

She initially claimed that she was asked to go under the knife to appear in an Ultra Tune TV ad with Charlie Sheen.

Mrs. Baxter had insisted that the $ 14,000 boob job was a gift from NRA Enterprises – the operating company of the Toybox Showgirls strip club – rather than a loan.

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Gold Coast woman Haylee Baxter (photo) was told that she had to pay the money on Wednesday in a Queensland Civil Administrative Tribunal (QCAT)

Gold Coast woman Haylee Baxter (photo) was told that she had to pay the money on Wednesday in a Queensland Civil Administrative Tribunal (QCAT)

She initially claimed that she was asked to go under the knife to appear in an Ultra Tune TV ad with Charlie Sheen (photo)

She initially claimed that she was asked to go under the knife to appear in an Ultra Tune TV ad with Charlie Sheen (photo)

She initially claimed that she was asked to go under the knife to appear in an Ultra Tune TV ad with Charlie Sheen (photo)

She also claimed that she had been given cocaine and alcohol and was misled to sign the loan agreement while she was employed, Gold Coast Bulletin reported.

Last month, NRA Enterprises referred the case to QCAT in an attempt to get its money back, but the application was rejected.

Although Baxter was ordered this week to pay part of the money after an appeal.

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NRA Enterprises directors Jimmy Seoud and Sean Buckley and Toybox manager Tarra Mann have provided statements that dispute Ms. Baxter's allegations.

According to Mr Seoud's statement, the two had read the contract together and Mrs Baxter signed the loan for him and Mrs Mann.

& # 39; She seemed to understand and accept the terms and did not appear under the influence of alcohol or drugs and I reject any claim that I gave her illegal drugs or alcohol, & # 39; said the statement.

Ms Mann claimed in the statement that she witnessed the signing of the loan by the former stripper.

She further said that Mrs. Baxter did not appear to be affected by alcohol or illegal drugs.

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Mrs. Baxter had previously done a first boob job and according to Mr. Buckley's statement she had & # 39; leaks & # 39; and she wanted a CT scan and a first consultation about the fear of cancer.

Buckley had known her for six years and claimed to have donated her $ 800 to have them checked.

"After the first consultation, I told Haylee to discuss with Jimmy the possibility that the NRA would grant her a loan for the procedure," he said in the statement.

& # 39; I never asked for a refund of the money I gave Haylee for the first consultation. & # 39;

Mrs Baxter also claimed that she had been given cocaine and alcohol and had succeeded in signing the loan agreement while she was employed

Mrs Baxter also claimed that she had been given cocaine and alcohol and had succeeded in signing the loan agreement while she was employed

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Mrs Baxter also claimed that she had been given cocaine and alcohol and had succeeded in signing the loan agreement while she was employed

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