In a shocking news, the stunning Playboy models were tossed in jail and forced to beg for food. Yes, the models were reached to join the Playboy’s music festival when police officials came suddenly at the venue and arrested them. The model’s names are Lauryn Elaine, Elif Celik and Marie Brethenoux.
These stunning models were then detained by cops and led away. One of the models, Lauryn revealed the row had been over work permits, and the trio had offered to work the event for free. She said in a statement that,
“Around midnight, immigration came and busted into our party when all of us girls were sitting at our VIP tables enjoying champagne and music. They then rounded us up into a large room and weeded us all out by checking everyone’s IDs.”
The Mexican police accused these models of working the event without any visas and allegedly locked them in an immigration detainment facility overnight. Lauryn further added in her statement that,
“We do not get paid for these events so we were wrongfully taken because they abused their authority and thought they could shake down Playboy Mexico by taking us. We came to Mexico to celebrate each other’s company and to gain publicity with our fans by coming to these parties in Meridá and Cancun.”
Not only this, Lauryn also claimed that they were kept hungry and were forced to beg for food and water after being detained. Once they were released, the models took to social media to tell about the ill-treatment they suffered by the police. After knowing that, the Playboy’s official account posted:
“They are not bunnies they are warriors and we love them. Thanks for all your support.”