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Stacey Hampton says she'll 'never fold under pressure' after pleading guilty to Covid breach


Stacey Hampton says she’ll ‘never fold under pressure’ after pleading guilty to a Covid breach and being slapped with a $1,600 fine










Former Married At First Sight star Stacey Hampton was issued a $1,676 fine last month after failing to comply with a Covid-19 direction.

But on Monday evening, the mother two brushed off the court-ordered payment by sharing a glamorous selfie on Instagram and adding a cryptic caption.

‘They ain’t ever seen me fold under pressure,’ the 27-year-old wrote, quoting lyrics by Post Malone, in what appeared to be a nod to her brush with the law.

Cryptic: Stacey Hampton brushed off her recent run-in with the law on Monday, sharing a Post Malone lyric which read: 'They ain't never seen me fold under pressure'

Cryptic: Stacey Hampton brushed off her recent run-in with the law on Monday, sharing a Post Malone lyric which read: ‘They ain’t never seen me fold under pressure’

In the selfie, Stacey oozed glamour in a pair of oversized designer sunglasses, flashy watch and a necklace with her name on it.

She wore lashings of makeup on her cosmetically enhanced visage, including peach lip gloss, light blush and a sweep of bronzer.

The image itself was a Boomerang clip, showing Stacey pouting at the camera while pulling up her glasses on her face.

Stacey was ordered to pay a total of $1,676 – including a $1,000 fine plus court fees – during a closed hearing at Adelaide Magistrates Court on June 22.

No conviction was recorded, and two similar charges were dropped.

The reality TV star, from Ingle Farm in Adelaide, has until July 20 to pay the $1,676.

Stacey was charged in May 2020 with three counts of failing to comply with a direction after travelling interstate when she should have been self-isolating.

Busted: Stacey was charged in May 2020 with three counts of failing to comply with a direction after travelling interstate when she should have been self-isolating

Busted: Stacey was charged in May 2020 with three counts of failing to comply with a direction after travelling interstate when she should have been self-isolating

When contacted by Daily Mail Australia at the time, she played down the incident as ‘a little hiccup’ with her essential worker paperwork. 

The guilty plea came after Stacey slashed the price of her monthly OnlyFans subscription from $35 to just $15 last month.

Despite having the relevant qualifications, she has struggled to find work as a lawyer due to her responsibilities as a single parent.

Mishap: When contacted by Daily Mail Australia at the time, she played down the incident as 'a little hiccup' with her essential worker paperwork

Mishap: When contacted by Daily Mail Australia at the time, she played down the incident as ‘a little hiccup’ with her essential worker paperwork



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