A BABESTATION model claims she's been left homeless after 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.
A judge ordered the 29-year-old, who charges £16 a month to see explicit content on an adult website, to pay out £3,100.
Wanless now claims she's "sofa surfing" with friends because no landlord trusts her following the case.
She told Chronicle Live: "People think that I'm going to rip them off but I've never done such a thing and I've never even lent any money off people before.
"I've always had good credit, and if I was going to get a loan I'd go to a lender, not someone's family.
"Now I'm struggling to find a house because they are bringing a CCJ (County Court Judgement) which is just a nightmare."
'I NEED A SOLISITOR'
The model also claims she has been targeted by trolls branding her a "s*** and an escort" and believes she was singled out because her X-rated job.
She issued a desperate plea for legal advice to her 54,000 Twitter followers just days before the hearing, saying: "I need a solisitor (SIC) for court on Monday...help."
The hearing was told 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.
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.