A racy adult content creator posted "what a week" on social media after being bailed from prison over an alleged serious stabbing of a man in his home in Australia.
Isabelle Rose McKean, 25, and her 24-year-old male co-accused were both charged with one count each of entering a dwelling with intent at night whilst armed, wounding and wilful damage after a man was stabbed.
“What a week,” Isabelle Rose McKean posted on her Instagram account with a selfie photo on Thursday (September 21) and a police car, chains and lock emoji. She had just been granted bail in Maroochydore Magistrates Court in Maroochydore, Queensland.
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Police alleged that the pair forced entry into the home before the 23-year-old was stabbed multiple times. He was taken to a nearby hospital in a stable condition while McKean and her co-accused were arrested at another home shortly after, reports stated.
A court heard during the bail hearing that the incident came about over a drug money dispute involving McKean's co-accused.
7 News reported that her co-accused was denied bail, whilst hers was granted on the conditions of a curfew from 9pm to 5am.
The OnlyFans creator is also blocked from communicating with her co-accused, and may not take drugs or drink alcohol.
Their cases will return to the same court on November 24, reports stated.
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Sunshine Coast Daily reported that McKean and the man, a "tradie" turned on each other in court.
Meanwhile, an OnlyFans model turned up to court sporting a raunchy outfit as she answered the charge that she broke Turkey's strict obscenity laws.
Merve Taskin, 23, faces three years in prison and has been accused of sharing images from her OnlyFans with her 576,000 Instagram followers.
It’s not the first time the influencer has been pulled up, after being given a five-month suspended jail sentence for posting photos deemed obscene in December 2021.
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