Former MAFS star Stacey Hampton shows off her plunging neckline

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She shot to shame in the disastrous seventh season of Married At First Sight last year.

And this week, Stacey Hampton tried to keep all eyes on her by posing in a busty Burberry bikini on Instagram.

The triangle bikini top highlighted the 27-year-old’s plunging neckline and striking belly tattoo.

Blonde bombshell: Married At First Sight’s Stacey Hampton tried to keep all eyes on her by posing in a busty Burberry bikini on Instagram

The blonde bombshell smiled, pouted, and brushed her hair at the camera. “Staring at the throne and I’m coming for the crown,” she captioned the short clip.

A handful of fans and other celebrities commented on the clip, including PR queen Roxy Jacenko and former MAFS star Nick Furphy.

Stacey recently vowed to challenge charges that she allegedly violated Australia’s travel ban during the height of the Covid pandemic in March.

The blonde bombshell smiled, pouted, and brushed her hair at the camera.

The blonde bombshell smiled, pouted, and brushed her hair at the camera. “Staring at the throne and I’m coming for the crown,” she captioned the short clip

And last week, the scandalous reality star shared an Instagram post hinting that she had “ hit the bottom. ”

In addition to a selfie, the 27-year-old added a caption expressing hope for the future amid difficulties.

She wrote, “Only when you get to the bottom does the magic begin to happen.”

Thoughts: Stacey (pictured) shared an Instagram post hinting she had 'hit the bottom'.  She wrote: 'Only when you hit the bottom does the magic start to happen'

Thoughts: Stacey (pictured) shared an Instagram post hinting she had ‘hit the bottom’. She wrote: ‘Only when you hit the bottom does the magic start to happen’

It’s unclear what Stacey meant by the comment, or whether she was referring to the allegations.

Daily Mail Australia reached out to Stacey Hampton at the time for further comment.

It comes after the reality star, who posted photos of her travels to social media, was accused of violating Covid’s restrictions.

Cost: It comes after the reality star, who posted photos of her travels to social media, was accused of violating Covid's restrictions.  The law graduate turned influencer (photo: at Crown Melbourne) flew from Adelaide to Melbourne during travel bans, claiming her travel was 'essential'

Cost: It comes after the reality star, who posted photos of her travels to social media, was accused of violating Covid’s restrictions. The law graduate turned influencer (photo: at Crown Melbourne) flew from Adelaide to Melbourne during travel bans, claiming her travel was ‘essential’

Stacey left Adelaide in April 2020 and flew down the highway while having to isolate herself, police say.

The graduate attorney stood before the Adelaide Magistrate’s Court in March and requested that her case be suspended until a conference ahead of the trial, the Adelaide Advertiser

Ms. Hampton, a mother of two, is facing three charges of failure to follow instructions on May 6 last year.

Luxury: The mum of two shared this photo on Instagram of her taking a bath in her luxurious Crown Towers suite in early April 2020

Luxury: The mum of two shared this photo on Instagram of her taking a bath in her luxurious Crown Towers suite in early April 2020

Her attorney, Harry Patsouris, said his client was negotiating with the police but is contesting the case.

On Mrs. Hampton’s return to Adelaide, she was arrested at Adelaide Airport and then instructed to return directly to her designated address.

Police allege she visited another address in the city’s eastern suburbs before arriving at her own home.

Court: Ms. Hampton, mother of two, is facing three charges of failure to follow instructions on May 6 last year.  Her attorney, Harry Patsouris, said his client was negotiating with the police but is contesting the case

Court: Ms. Hampton, mother of two, is facing three charges of failure to follow instructions on May 6 last year. Her attorney, Harry Patsouris, said his client was negotiating with the police but is contesting the case

Later that same day, police attended the nominated address in the northern suburbs and found that the woman was not present and shortly afterwards located her at another address in the northern suburbs, police say.

At the time, essential travelers were allowed to enter South Australia without having to isolate themselves.

Nonessential travelers, however, had to quarantine themselves for 14 days.

Rules: At the time, essential travelers were allowed to enter South Australia without having to isolate themselves.  Nonessential travelers, however, had to quarantine themselves for 14 days

Rules: At the time, essential travelers were allowed to enter South Australia without having to isolate themselves. Nonessential travelers, however, had to quarantine themselves for 14 days

In South Australia, those found guilty of violating the guidelines can face fines of up to $ 20,000 and up to two years in prison.

Ms. Hampton appeared on the 2019 season of the hit reality TV show and has since become an online influencer with over 200,000 followers on Instagram.

Her case is coming back to court this month.

New date: her case will be back in court this month

New date: her case will be back in court this month