Dance mothers at war: mother accuses rival of using money intended for children's competitions to buy Instagram likes for her daughter
- Dance mum accusing another person of using their company money for Instagram likes
- Jennifer Fisher and Lauren Costar met in 2017 during their daughter's dance lessons
- They then founded the Gold Coast dance business Future Stars Dance Competition
- Mrs. Fisher accuses Mrs. Costar of using the business account for personal use
A Gold Coast dance mother has accused another mother of using money intended for their competition to finance her personal life and to buy her daughter Instagram followers.
Jennifer Lea Fisher, 44, and Lauren Phoebe Costar, 29, met in 2017 when their daughters took dance lessons together and founded the Future Stars Dance Competition dance business on the Gold Coast.
However, Mrs. Fisher is now accusing her colleague of using the account set up for the company to secretly finance her lifestyle.
Jennifer Lea Fisher (left), 44, and Lauren Phoebe Costar (right), 29, met in 2017 when their daughters took dance lessons together and founded the dance company Future Stars Dance Competition on the Gold Coast.
Mrs. Fisher claimed that Mrs. Costar used the business PayPal account to buy Instagram likes for her daughter and order pizza, wine, flowers and Uber rides without her knowledge, The courier post reported.
In documents filed with the Brisbane Supreme Court, Fisher said she first noted that money was missing in May.
She then discovered that several payments had been made for Mrs. Costar's personal life, including the payment for Instagram followers.
Fisher assumed that Costar had paid the Instagram followers for her daughter Laila, who has 14,000 followers on the platform.
When Fisher confronted the other dance mama via Facebook Messenger on 26 May, Costar ignored the claim during the discussion.
According to legal documents, the 44-year-old subsequently destroyed Costar and claimed that she was taken & # 39;
She also asked for a payment of $ 417 for a dance costume, a payment of $ 217 for Nick's wine merchants, further dance outfits and an entry fee for the fishing competition.
However, Costar would have told the other mother that she had said she had used the bill for personal use and promised to repay the money.
Mrs. Fisher (right) claims that Mrs. Costar used the business PayPal account to buy Instagram likes for her daughter and order pizza, wine, flowers and Uber rides without her knowledge,
& # 39; We have discussed the money that I owe future stars and I have always said that I will repay. I never hid what I used it for & # 39 ;, she said via Messenger.
Mrs. Costar insisted that she did not take Fisher for a ride & # 39; and the couple agreed to end their partnership after the disagreement.
The account is now managed by Mrs. Costar's mother, who has taken over the reign of the competition.
Fisher filed a petition with the court last month to have her counterparty hand over the dance business bills, but Justice David Boddice had her claim against Costar on August 20.
Ms. Fisher told the court in her statement: & # 39; I am very concerned that (Ms. Costar) used the company's revenues and profits for her own purposes and set up a competitive company to the detriment of the shared company & # 39 ;
Mrs. Fisher now accuses her counterparty of using the account set up for the company to secretly finance her lifestyle and buy her Instagram followers (the account shown)
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