COKED OUT MODEL WRECKS BOYFRIEND’S CLASSIC FERRARI, TRIES TO ESCAPE IBIZA IN HIS PRIVATE JET
Can anyone say First-World Problems? A model who was high on cocaine crashed a vintage Ferrari of her boyfriend’s this week. Where would something so ridiculous happen? In Ibiza, of course. Did the ridiculous stop there? Of course not. She then tried to flee the entire scene by escaping on a private jet, also belonging to her boyfriend. These are the kind of stories that “drive” the self-perceived middle-class nuts. It takes a certain creativity to shit the bed in such ridiculously special fashion. Perhaps it’s fashionable?
FERRARI SMASHED INTO A TRUCK AT A ROUNDABOUT, MODEL AND HUBBY LEAVE WHILE LEAVING A TRAIL FOR POLICE TO FOLLOW
The coked-out model driving the Ferrari Dino was 25-year-old Elif Aksu, a model from Austria. She slammed into the back of a truck while navigating thru a roundabout. She and her as-yet unidentified 44-year-old boyfriend then took off from the accident scene before the police were able to respond. But bystanders heard them talk about getting to an airplane, according to reports from the Daily Mail. So it wasn’t a stretch for the police to quickly realize where to look for them on a private runway, where they did indeed find them waiting to board a private jet as it was being prepped to fly away. Aks was promptly arrested and tested positive for being under the influence of cocaine and was also driving without a license (crashing without a license).
OLDER BOYFRIEND ABANDONS MODEL TO POLICE ARREST, FLIES AWAY WITHOUT HER
The unidentified man is understood to be a British millionaire of Saudi descent who owns property on Ibiza. Witnesses who saw the crash said the man had left the car with what seemed to be an employee of his before heading off to the runway. Even as the coked out woman was held by authorities, here supposed boyfriend got onboard his jet and left Ibiza without her. She is now out on bail and will face charges, both for driving without a license as well as driving under the influence of drugs.
The biggest victims in this story are car lovers, as the classic Ferrari Dino is estimated to be worth almost half a million dollars.