Danniella Westbrook is making the most of her freedom while on holiday in Spain after getting arrested in the UK earlier this month.
The former EastEnders actress whipped her top off while taking a dip in the sea.
She gave fellow holiday makers an eyeful as she frolicked in the sea, seemingly without a care in the world.
The 44-year-old has had several boob jobs over the years and admitted last year that she was "high on drugs" when signing up for the surgery.
A surgeon also offered to "fix" her "messed up" boobs, but she declined.
“The crazy thing is that I spent years going under the knife — I had boob jobs, Botox, fillers, all the silly things that people think that they need," she told the Sun .
“At the time I was so high on drugs, I barely thought about it."
She added: "My surgeon asked me if I wanted to fix my boobs as well, because they were messed up in another operation in 2015."
Despite her body woes, Danniella seemed confident as she went topless on the beach.
She applied sun cream to her bronzed skin before leaping into the sea in her turquoise bikini bottoms.
The former Celebrity Big Brother housemate’s holiday comes after she was quizzed by police over an allegation of "malicious communications and witness intimidation".
Last week she was released by police "pending further investigation" after she was arrested at her home in Essex.
She was accused of taking £10,000 lent to her by a former friend and not paying it back.
She has maintained that she’s done nothing wrong and frequently complains to the police on Twitter that she is the one being stalked – although she has never said who by.
The actress, who played Sam Mitchell in the BBC soap, was first reported to the authorities in the first week of January.
A police spokesman told Mirror Online: "A 44-year-old woman, who was arrested by Hertfordshire Constabulary at a location in Essex at 2.05pm on April 10 in relation to allegations of malicious communications and witness intimidation, has been bailed until May 6 pending further investigation."
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