She is the model, actress and Australian singer who lives a glamorous life.
But Alli Simpson, 20, was one of five high-profile Australians who temporarily abandoned their wealthy lifestyle to experience how homeless people live for the SBS Filthy Rich & Homeless series.
Speaking exclusively for Daily Mail Australia on Thursday, Alli told her terrifying story of what it was like to live like a homeless woman for 10 days in one of Sydney's most dangerous suburbs, Kings Cross.
EXCLUSIVE: "I felt very vulnerable and terrified": Speaking to Daily Mail Australia on Thursday, Alli Simpson shared her terrifying experience as a homeless person while revealing that two men tried to lure her to bed while she was & # 39; living on the streets & # 39;
"There were many times when I felt really vulnerable and terrified," Alli explained.
"The first night I had a couple of meetings after I was stopped under a bridge in Kings Cross, near a police station, in an extremely dark area
"All the homeless boys shouted at me in the street, and two of them even told me:" Hey, beautiful, come and sleep with us ", and I was so scared, I do not think I was more terrified in my life, I ended up walking As far as I could from that area, I just thought "there's no way I'll sleep down here".
Alli Simpson spoke with Daily Mail exclusively about his experience living as the homeless
Fearful: "The first night I had a couple of encounters after I was stopped under a bridge in Kings Cross, near a police station, in an extremely dark area," he told Daily Mail Australia.
And that was not the only spooky encounter that Alli had to deal with, after she explained that two women women approached her to try to lure her into what was potentially an unsafe area.
"I remember being in a driveway, in this little corner where I slept, these two homeless women came to me," he said.
Alli, who is the sister of Cody Simpson, explained that she was told that she should not sleep outside because it was not safe and they tried to pressure her to come up with them.
"I could say they were taking some very heavy drugs, and I was petrified when they were talking to me," he said.
"I thought, no way, there's no way I can trust that, something will happen to me if I go with them, I could say they were pretty in [drugs], & # 39; she added.
Scary: "All the homeless kids shouted at me in the street, and two even said:" Hello beautiful, come and sleep with us ", and I was so scared that I do not think I was more terrified in my life" , she said
She confessed that there were many times during the shoot that she felt terrified, isolated and vulnerable.
This was especially the case after the producer took all of her belongings, including a phone, a wallet and everything that made her feel remotely safe.
Alli admitted that he knew very little about homelessness, but he wanted to explore the issue and, in particular, begin to understand the difficulties that many young Australians face on a daily basis.
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She said that even though it was a humble experience and that she has a greater understanding of what the people living on the streets do, she would not do it again.
"No, not at all, it was the most physical and emotional experience of my life," he said.
(Obviously) It was very humiliating and changed life at the same time, but I would definitely never do it again, but I hope it raises awareness of how bad the problem of homelessness in Australia is.
Other Australians featured in the series that airs next week are Cameron Daddo, Skye Leckie, Ben Law and Alex Greenwich.
Filthy Rich and Homeless will premiere for its second season on Tuesday, August 14 at 8:30 p.m. in SBS.
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