Troubled Suzi Taylor is facing 103 charges, including extortion for a ‘honey trap kidnapping’ – while court hears there is ‘no way’ The Block star can live up to her bail
- There are no longer any conditions for bolstering a bail bond for “Suzi” Taylor
- The Block contestant is behind bars in Brisbane and has been charged with six bail violations
- Suellen Jan Taylor is facing 103 charges for alleged ‘honey trap kidnapping’
Former reality TV contestant Suzi Taylor has no way of meeting bail, regardless of the conditions imposed, a court has heard.
The ex-Block star appeared in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Thursday and was charged with breaking bail and failing to appear.
In a procedure on Friday, the Supreme Court learned that Taylor was arrested two nights ago when police attended a riot.
Suellen Jan Taylor is facing 103 charges for alleged ‘honey trap kidnapping’
Former participant in The Block, Suzi Taylor, has been charged with six bail violations
“The police have kindly accused her of only six bail violations, it could have been more than 70,” said prosecutor Annica Fritz.
Taylor has been on “ every bail term available, ” including curfew, no alcohol, and GPS tracking, and there were no further terms that could be applied to bolster an order, Ms. Fritz said.
“There is no way she has bail,” she said.
Taylor has amassed a long list of legal troubles since rising to fame on The Block renovation program in 2015.
The ex-model, whose real name is Suellen Jan Taylor, is facing 103 charges, including extortion and deprivation of liberty for an alleged honey trap incident.
The 50-year-old had been ordered to live with her mother, with whom she recently reconciled, turned in her passport and underwent mental health treatment.
On Thursday, attorney Michael Gatenby said Taylor (left) was unable to prove the cause and would plead guilty to the non-appearance and breach of bail on April 13.
But in less than a month, her excessive drinking and alleged refusal to abide by her court-imposed curfew kicked her out.
Taylor was then ordered to stay in a Brisbane psychiatric facility before being evicted again for intoxication.
On Thursday, attorney Michael Gatenby said Taylor was unable to prove the cause and would plead guilty to the non-appearance and breach of bail on April 13.
She is also facing legal proceedings for the outstanding cases.
Suzi Taylor reportedly broke her curfew and expelled from a mental health facility for drunkenness