Vince Colosimo’s rarely seen daughter Lucia looked unrecognizable as she stepped out in Melbourne earlier this month following her father’s recent legal woes and admission to ice cream addiction.
She was dressed in a pair of sporty leggings and a tight top with no bra underneath.
The OnlyFans model, who is just 21, had a pair of white trainers on her feet to stay comfortable and tucked her hair into a blue beanie.
The brunette was completely makeup-free and clutched a can of soda tightly in her hand.
She walked briskly and was accompanied by a male companion, who was carrying shopping bags.
Vince Colosimo’s rarely seen daughter Lucia (pictured) looked unrecognizable when she stepped out in Melbourne earlier this month
Without makeup and casual clothes, Lucia looked completely different compared to her usual sultry style
Lucia’s father Vince Colosimo is pictured leaving court last year over unpaid traffic fines after admitting to being an ice cream addict
While her father continues to make headlines for his legal battles, Lucia has remained largely out of the spotlight.
However, Instagram photos suggest that she is quite social and enjoys partying in Melbourne’s hottest nightclubs.
One photo shows her smoking a vape, while others show her posing in a skimpy outfit alongside friends.
In 2021, Lucia joined her soap actress mother Jane Hall for a glamorous photo shoot for The Australian Woman’s Weekly.
In the accompanying interview, Hall described how his “beautiful” daughter, then 19, was “living her best life” after taking a year off from her psychology and criminology degree.
“On Christmas Eve, she’ll be at some kind of party rather than hanging out with her mom,” Hall reportedly said.
‘But it is as it should be. She is almost 19 years old and has grown well. So I’m happy for her.
It comes after his famous father avoided coughing up $61,858 in unpaid fines after convincing a magistrate he was mentally ill, penniless and on the verge of homelessness.
Colosimo faced Melbourne Magistrates Court via video link in July after failing to pay the mountain of fines.
The court heard Colosimo claim he had suffered from the hideous effect of methamphetamine for the duration of his offence, which dates back to 2012.
The OnlyFans model, who is just 21, had a pair of white trainers on her feet to stay comfortable and tucked her hair into a blue beanie
The brunette was completely makeup-free and clutched a soda can tightly in her hand
She was walking quickly with a male companion by her side, who was carrying a bag of groceries
The couple seemed in a hurry as they pounded the pavement early in the morning
Represented by silk top Julia Munster, the disgraced comedian has been accused of racking up the huge debt of 169 traffic fines, mostly while disqualified from driving.
About 150 of those fines were issued through the traffic camera office, with the court hearing a 68-page case containing summaries of those incidents.
The majority of fines were for driving an unregistered vehicle on tolls and speeding, with at least two fines for failing to vote and blocking someone’s driveway.
Lucia gives two middle fingers to the camera as she poses with a friend
The brunette is generally much more glamorous and is known for her beauty
Lucia vapes alone in a messy room in this social media photo
Magistrate Guillaume Bailin said that under the fines reform law he could only pay Colosimo’s fines if the actor proved the existence of “special circumstances”.
The court heard Colosimo’s lawyer claim his client suffered from “profound mental illness”.
Mr Bailin revealed that Colosimo told the doctor he had abused the killer ice cream for more than a decade.
“(The doctor) concludes that he has ADHD, major depressive disorder, general anxiety disorder, and stimulant use disorder as what I would call a coping mechanism all showing symptoms of PTSD,” he said.
“What (the doctor) considers is that during the offending behavior, the applicant’s diagnosis was present (…) these disorders were present, not only were they present during the offending behavior, but they continued and have been processed.”
Ms Munster submitted two psychiatric reports to the court, compiled in May and July, which explained how and why Colosimo had come to incur the fines.
“He admits responsibility for all unpaid offences,” Ms Munster conceded.
The court heard the struggling actor got government payments throughout the Covid pandemic but only managed to repay $6,025 of his fines with money he borrowed.
Mr Bailin described the former Hollywood star’s dire financial situation, which had left him with no assets to his name.
“Mr. Colosimo has no assets, he effectively has no capacity to meet any of the financial commitments if there was a stay or otherwise…His rental and work situation remains precarious,” a- he declared.
Colosimo (pictured) recently received 169 traffic fines while banned from driving
Ms Munster suggested Colosimo was on the verge of homelessness.
“He lives a meager lifestyle with very limited financial capacity to really meet his current obligations, let alone anything else,” she said.
“Your Honor can see the very difficult financial situation he finds himself in and that is a relevant consideration when your Honor is considering what disposition to make.”
Under any payment plan, Colosimo would have had to work one hour for every $40 it owed – approximately 64 full days of 24-hour work.
In delivering his sentence, Mr. Bailin spoke of the shocking impact of drugs on drug use.
Court heard Colosimo’s lawyer claim his client suffered from ‘profound mental illness’ and an addiction to ice cream
“Illegal drug use contributed to emotional dysregulation, cognitive difficulties and generally added to lifestyle instability and instability that Mr. Colosimo was not sufficiently equipped to handle,” he said. -he declares.
“This resulted in non-compliance with a range of infractions from parking to speeding to not voting.”
However, he ordered Colosimo to be able to perform 101 hours of unpaid community work over the next year, meaning Colosimo avoided paying $58,000.
During his time as a successful actor, Colosimo was famous for his roles in movies like Underbelly, Chopper, and the hit detective series Underbelly.