Instagram model gets visit from NSW police after posting throwback photo on holiday in Jervis Bay

Instagram model has police show up at her door after her followers cheated on her for ‘going on vacation’ – for posting a month-old throwback photo of a NSW tourism mecca

  • Swimsuit model remembers the shock of two police officers who came home on Monday
  • Dominique Elissa shared a throwback photo at Jervis Bayr beach last week
  • Concerned vigilantes warned authorities she had violated lockdown orders
  • Ms Elissa sets record straight in TikTok video, says she’s been in Bondi the whole time

A shocked Instagram model claims Sydney police confronted her at her door after she posted a throwback photo of herself on holiday.

Dominique Elissa, 25, is one of millions of Sydneysiders who have spent the past three weeks in lockdown due to a horror coronavirus outbreak.

Stay-at-home orders kept the bored Bondi swimsuit model very active on her Instagram, sharing posts and videos of her daily walks, fitness workouts and homemade treats with her 213,000 followers.

But sharing a sultry throwback shot last Thursday of herself posing on a beach in Jervis Bay, 200km away on NSW’s south coast, sparked concern among followers.

They assumed that Ms Ellissa was violating public health regulations by traveling to regional NSW during the lockdown and alerted police of the potential violation.

Police went to Dominique Elissa’s home on Monday about this throwback photo taken in Jervis Bay she posted last week

Ms. Elissa recalled meeting the surprise visitors who knocked on her door four days later in a TikTok video captioned “can’t believe this happened.”

“The strangest thing is that two police officers just barged into our house and had to check if I was here because they had received multiple complaints from people saying I’m in Jervis Bay,” Ms Elissa explained in the video.

“I posted a flashback a few days ago and I’m literally so shocked that people went so far as to call the police.”

Ms Elissa closed the video by settling the matter and ‘thanking’ those who had warned the authorities.

“I’m posting in Bondi every day as I walk, but hey, thanks for taking care of yourself,” she laughed.

“Honestly, they have nothing better to do,” she responded in disbelief to a comment on her video that the police bothered to check on her.

Some of her followers assumed that Ms Ellissa had broken public health regulations by traveling to regional NSW during the lockdown and notified police of the potential breach

Some of her followers assumed that Ms Ellissa had broken public health regulations by traveling to regional NSW during the lockdown and notified police of the potential breach

Dominique Elissa was shocked by the police visit, but laughed off the incident incident

Dominique Elissa was shocked by the police visit, but laughed off the incident incident

It’s unknown when the throwback photo was taken, showing the gorgeous swimsuit model in a bikini and shabby shoes posing on a beach.

“I don’t care what anyone says, crocodiles are a sphere,” Ms Elissa captioned the photo.

NSW police told Daily Mail Australia it could not provide details on the case.

“Police throughout the state are acting on information from the public about people who may be violating current health regulations,” it said.

Sydney and surrounding regions will remain on lockdown until at least July 30, as NSW registered 78 new cases on Tuesday.

The Sydney swimsuit model (pictured) has spent the past three weeks in lockdown

The Sydney swimsuit model (pictured) has spent the past three weeks in lockdown

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