Jordan Finlayson: Beauty and the Geek star will remain behind bars on remand


A reality TV star with a ‘serious’ drug problem will remain behind bars after allegedly stealing a party.

A troubled former reality star and ex-NRL cheerleader with a ‘serious’ drug problem will remain behind bars in remand after allegedly stealing licenses and debit cards from three men in Sydney.

Jordan Ray Finlayson, 31, was due to be sentenced in Sydney Downing Center Local Court on Friday after being charged with possessing identity information with intent to commit fraud.

Police allege the former Beauty and the Geek contestant was in possession of the NSW driving licenses and debit cards of three men between January 29 and February 2 at Botany.

Police say Ms Finlayson had pictures on her phone of the cards she planned to use to scam the three victims.

A court previously heard the Rosebery resident was working as a waitress at a private bachelor party when she allegedly took a photo of a victim’s credit card details.

Ms Finlayson has pleaded not guilty to the charge.

The former glamor model was to know his fate on Friday, but his lawyer was unavailable. The court heard that she would receive her sentence in two weeks.

Until then, the ex-LNR cheerleader will remain behind bars in pre-trial detention.

She was taken into custody on the morning of February 22, just days after she was arrested for an alleged incident at a Botany home on February 17.

The former Penthouse model was arrested the day before her court appearance on two charges of common assault and one charge of destruction of property. She was thrown behind bars on remand after her bail was revoked.

Her recent struggles with the law emerged just months after the former reality TV star pledged to turn her life around when she was released from prison for drug offenses stemming from her drug addiction. $5000 per day.

Ms Finlayson will appear in court via audiovisual link on July 26.

Originally published as The former reality TV star and ex-cheerleader will remain in jail on remand


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