Controversial Australian influencer Christie Swadling has revealed the note she found on her parked car after a visit to the gym.
The 26-year-old, who filed for bankruptcy in December, shared on Instagram a photo of a note she received from a man who tried to pick her up.
“I would never do this but you are too HOT,” the note read, next to the man’s name and number.
Christie responded with a laughing emoji and wrote, “On my car.”
It comes after the influencer recently bought her fiancé Joel Price an expensive birthday present after declaring bankruptcy.
Bankrupt influencer Christie Swadling has revealed the note left on her parked car by a man who tried to pick her up
She gave Joel what appeared to be a Bolton & Gibson electric golf scooter to celebrate his 37th birthday and shared photos of her loved one receiving the gift on Instagram Stories.
The expensive Fat Tire model is currently on sale for a whopping $4,390 on the Eride Solutions website.
In her social media posts, the 29-year-old’s fiancée zoomed around on the scooter and looked delighted, along with his son.
“Boys and their toys,” she joked in her caption, wishing Josh a happy birthday.
It was recently revealed that Swadling was bankrupt after an anonymous user on the Tattle Life forums paid $15 to obtain the paperwork for her bankruptcy filing.
The 26-year-old, who filed for bankruptcy in December, shared on Instagram a photo of a note she received from a man
It comes after the influencer recently bought her fiancé Joel Price an expensive birthday present after declaring bankruptcy
The Instagram model listed her job as an “advertising and marketing professional” in the publicly available document filed on December 29.
The status of her bankruptcy is ‘undischarged’, which means that she will still have to repay certain debts.
It also means that she can no longer borrow from financial institutions without her bankruptcy being announced.
When the debtor’s request was released, outstanding debts were not specified.
There is no minimum amount an individual owes to file for bankruptcy.
According to the Australian Financial Securities Authority, in order to file for bankruptcy, a creditor must demand $10,000 or more.
The pricey Fat Tire model is currently on sale for a whopping $4,390 on the Eride Solutions website