A BABESTATION model tweeted “I need a solisitor” days before being ordered to pay back £3,100 in a row with her ex’s aunt.
Kayleigh Wanless, also a Playboy model, fell out with Donnis Brown over a loan in a spat which saw cops brought in.
She regularly updates her 51,000 Instagram followers with X-rated snaps, and charges £16 a month to see explicit content on an adult website.
And ahead of a hearing on Monday at Newcastle Crown Court, Wanless turned to her 54,000 Twitter followers for some last-minute legal advice to help her avoid a payout.
She tweeted: “I need a solisitor (SIC) for court on Monday…help.”
A civil hearing heard she was out of work and in need of cash when she asked Ms Brown for a £3,100 loan.
The court heard Wanless owed £1,500 in rent for the Tenerife flat she was sharing with her then-bouncer boyfriend Andrew Flavell.
They asked Ms Brown for the cash but it was never repaid, the court heard.
District Judge Michelle Temple has ruled the glamour model is liable for the money, which Ms Brown plans to get back through Wanless’ Babestation work.
The 59-year-old took civil action against the model after claiming her demands to get it back were ignored.
She said: “This has caused a massive rift in the family. I’m going to apply to the court to take it off her wages.”
Wanless, a former Prudhoe Community High School pupil, told the hearing she the debt had “nothing to do with her” even though she admitted the cash had been put in her account.
In a statement read to the court, Wanless said: “Andrew paid with what his aunty had sent him to my bank account as he didn’t have a bank account.
“Andrew has stressed the money is nothing to do with me.”
But Ms Brown said: “I believe she wanted the loan. She said she was starting a job in four to six weeks.
“She works in the sex industry and I know she earns good money.”
The court heard that last year she asked Ms Brown for £1,800, then an additional £1,300, to help with a hefty deposit.
When she wasn’t repaid Ms Brown started to grow worried, and after her car broke down she demanded the repayment again.
Wanless claimed she’d paid for her half of the deposit with earnings, adding Ms Brown “harassed” her online, forcing the model to block her on social media.
Following a brief hearing, the judge ruled Wanless had “ignored the situation” and was liable for the cash.
After the case, Wanless posted on Facebook: “Used to believe in the justice system but after today got t (SIC) say what a load of poop.”