Tracey Jewel's legal nightmare is getting worse: the court rejects MAFS's attempt to get out of debt

Married to First Sight & Tracey Jewel, 37, has again been hit in her legal battle against her investment banker ex-boyfriend Patrick Kedemos.

Advertisements

This week, the Perth court rejected Tracey's request to suspend the execution of a decision against Patrick to pay $ 34,000 in June.

The debt is related to a $ 20,000 business loan that Patrick had provided to Tracey last year, plus $ 14,000 in interest and court fees.

Tracey Jewel's legal nightmare is getting worse: Perth Magistrates Court has rejected the MAFS star's (photo) attempt to pay the $ 34,000 debt to ex Patrick Kedemos

Tracey Jewel's legal nightmare is getting worse: Perth Magistrates Court has rejected the MAFS star's (photo) attempt to pay the $ 34,000 debt to ex Patrick Kedemos

Tracey, who recently returned from a generous outing in Bali, cited financial difficulties in her application.

Despite the opening of the procedure, Tracey did not appear before the hearing.

Advertisements

Instead, she provided a medical certificate to the court stating that she had to attend an appointment with a psychologist.

Exen: The debt stems from a $ 20,000 & # 39; business loan & # 39; that Patrick (right) had given Tracey (left) while they were dating last year. The couple split in July 2018 during their vacation in Berlin

Exen: The debt stems from a $ 20,000 & # 39; business loan & # 39; that Patrick (right) had given Tracey (left) while they were dating last year. The couple split in July 2018 during their vacation in Berlin

Exen: The debt stems from a $ 20,000 & # 39; business loan & # 39; that Patrick (right) had given Tracey (left) while they were dating last year. The couple split in July 2018 during their vacation in Berlin

& # 39; Inability to pay is not a special circumstance & # 39 ;: when rejecting the application, the registrar explained that decisions are only suspended in the case of & # 39; special circumstance & # 39; and that Tracey's situation did not fall into this category

& # 39; Inability to pay is not a special circumstance & # 39 ;: when rejecting the application, the registrar explained that decisions are only suspended in the case of & # 39; special circumstance & # 39; and that Tracey's situation did not fall into this category

& # 39; Inability to pay is not a special circumstance & # 39 ;: when rejecting the application, the registrar explained that decisions are only suspended in the case of & # 39; special circumstance & # 39; and that Tracey's situation did not fall into this category

When refusing the application, the Registrar explained that decisions are only suspended in the case of & # 39; special circumstances & # 39; and that Tracey's situation did not fall into this category.

& # 39; Inability to pay is not a special circumstance & # 39 ;, they said.

Advertisements

Tracey will have the opportunity to prove that her financial situation is sufficiently precarious during a resource investigation on 30 August.

Generous lifestyle: Tracey recently spent time relaxing in the lavish Bliss Sanctuary for women's retreat in Bali, where she indulged in spa treatments and & # 39; energy healing & # 39; sessions

Generous lifestyle: Tracey recently spent time relaxing in the lavish Bliss Sanctuary for women's retreat in Bali, where she indulged in spa treatments and & # 39; energy healing & # 39; sessions

Generous lifestyle: Tracey recently spent time relaxing in the lavish Bliss Sanctuary for women's retreat in Bali, where she indulged in spa treatments and & # 39; energy healing & # 39; sessions

Contradeal: Responding to Mr. Zimerman, Tracey & # 39; s lawyer Lisa Riley, from law firm Go To Court Lawyers, said that the trip from Tracey (photo) to Bali cost her nothing because it was part of a sponsorship agreement with Bliss Sanctuary for Women

Contradeal: Responding to Mr. Zimerman, Tracey & # 39; s lawyer Lisa Riley, from law firm Go To Court Lawyers, said that the journey from Tracey (photo) to Bali cost her nothing because it was part of a sponsorship agreement with Bliss Sanctuary for Women

Contradeal: Responding to Mr. Zimerman, Tracey & # 39; s lawyer Lisa Riley, from law firm Go To Court Lawyers, said that the journey from Tracey (photo) to Bali cost her nothing because it was part of a sponsorship agreement with Bliss Sanctuary for Women

Advertisements

The court also ordered Tracey to pay another $ 726 to Patrick for court fees and accrued interest.

Patrick & # 39; s lawyer Ilan Zimerman, the director of the Sydney-based law firm Sapient Legal, argued through an audio link that Tracey was not fair about her financial situation.

Tracey had argued that she only had 95 cents in her bank account and that her mother Jennifer Collett only paid her $ 4,000 a month as part of a business agreement.

Luxurious: Tracey recently returned from a one-month vacation with her new boyfriend Nathan Constable (left) in the US. Shown in New York City on Sunday, June 9

Luxurious: Tracey recently returned from a one-month vacation with her new boyfriend Nathan Constable (left) in the US. Shown in New York City on Sunday, June 9

Luxurious: Tracey recently returned from a one-month vacation with her new boyfriend Nathan Constable (left) in the US. Shown in New York City on Sunday, June 9

Advertisements

Mr. Zimerman called these claims & # 39; suspicious at best & # 39; and wondered how Tracey could have afforded to pay her lawyer's fees and finance her lifestyle as a jet setting.

Tracey recently spent time relaxing in the lush Bliss Sanctuary for Women retreat in Bali, where she indulged in spa treatments and & # 39; energy healing & # 39; sessions.

Before that, she enjoyed a one-month vacation with her new boyfriend Nathan Constable in the US

Claims: Patrick told Daily Mail Australia last month that Tracey (photo) was trying to suspend the ruling to prevent bankruptcy

Claims: Patrick told Daily Mail Australia last month that Tracey (photo) was trying to suspend the ruling to prevent bankruptcy

Claims: Patrick told Daily Mail Australia last month that Tracey (photo) was trying to suspend the ruling to prevent bankruptcy

Advertisements

In response to Mr. Zimerman, Tracey & # 39; s lawyer Lisa Riley, from Go To Court Lawyers law firm, said that the trip from Tracey to Bali did not cost her anything because it was part of a sponsorship agreement with Bliss Sanctuary for Women.

Mrs. Riley also argued that Tracey & # 39; s recent trip to America was fully paid for by an unnamed ex-boyfriend.

Last month, Patrick told Daily Mail Australia that Tracey was trying to suspend the ruling to prevent bankruptcy.

Tracey had previously offered Patrick a $ 250 monthly payment plan in March and claimed that she could not work due to & # 39; ongoing psychological problems & # 39 ;.

She also claimed to have a debt settlement with two other creditors and said that her retired parents supported her financially.

Patrick, however, rejected this offer on March 26.

Do you remember her? Tracey (photo) appeared in the Married At First Sight season last year

Do you remember her? Tracey (photo) appeared in the Married At First Sight season last year

Do you remember her? Tracey (photo) appeared in the Married At First Sight season last year

. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) tvshowbiz (t) Perth

Advertisements

- Advertisement -