Babestation model Kayleigh Wanless says a messy court saga left her unable to find a home.
The glamorous model can earn thousands of pounds doing photo shoots for Playboy, but claims she is "surfing the couch" with friends because no owner trusts her.
This is followed by a fight between Miss Wanless and the aunt of her ex-boyfriend Donnis Brown, who claimed that the model had not repaid a £ 3,100 loan despite persistent demands.
A judge sided with Brown and ordered the 29-year-old to pay – which she now insists she has.
However, she claims that the online trolls classified her as an "idiot" after the affair and advertising caused her major headaches.
Now she has put her side of the story in an attempt to clarify things.
Wanless said, "I can't get a house because of the newspaper article.
"I'm working in London and then surfing with friends when I'm back in Newcastle because nobody rents me.
"People think I'm going to rip them off, but I've never done it and never lent money to other people before."
"I always had good credit, and if I were to get a loan, I would go to a lender, not someone's family.
"I am now struggling to find a home because they are bringing a CCJ (county court judgment) that is just a nightmare."
Wanless told the court that the debt was between Donnis and his nephew, Andrew Flavell, for money borrowed to rent an apartment in Tenerife.
However, Judge Michelle Temple decided that Miss Wanless was responsible for the money that had been transferred to her account.
Now Prudhoe Community High School's former student – who told the September audience that the money "had nothing to do with her" – believes she was chosen because of her work.
The Northumberland-born model posed for the Daily Sport and co-hosted the 2019 Glamor Awards 2019. She also charges $ 20 a month to view explicit content on an adult site.
She added, "It was because of the work I do, and I was called an idiot and escort, which is not true.
"[Models] It is very badly regarded, because as it is classified as sex work, there is a stigma.
"But girls support each other and we're cool. I've worked in bars, and this is a much nastier industry to be with."
The case made headlines after Miss. Wanless tweeted & # 39; need a solisitor & # 39; days before the last hearing.
She now claims that the tweet wasn't even the case, but it does help to examine legal documents – although she admits, "I'm not the best speaker."
Instead, she says she used her uncle – who was in the police – for the hearing, although it backfired.
"He thought that because he was used to the criminal system he would be able to represent me," she said.
However, the judge refused to let him deliver the evidence and dismissed the appeal – due to Miss. Wanless at first hearing for being out of the country.
She claims she has now paid the money – although she does not feel she should have to pay a penny.
"I didn't think the result was fair," he added.
"I just wish I had known a lawyer and been a little more informed. I wish I had done my research."