How deceptive looks can be, point in case, Queensland, Australian glamor/Playboy model Georgina Gosden (public persona Georgie Gee) who came to hear charges against her after punching a 21 year old woman in the face at the Mad Cow Tavern this weekend.
The purported beating comes after a similar incident where the model is said to have carried out a similar attack at the same nightclub this past April on a 25 year old woman according to the Townsville Bulletin.
Released on bail the glamor model with a fiery temper (one wonders) was charged with common assault and assault occasioning bodily harm.
According to a report via the UK’s dailymail, Magistrate Cathy Wadley agreed to let Gosden out on bail, despite police prosecutor Errica Fforde advising against it with fears the model would re-offend.
Gosden allegedly punched a 21-year-old woman in the face at Mad Cow Tavern on Sunday about 10.40pm.
The victim walked into the nightclub while the model was already inside.
It is alleged Gosden then got up from where she was sitting, ran towards the woman and punched her in the face.
Court documents say the woman was known to Gosden who told police ‘she was going to find her [the victim]’.
In April’s beating, the alleged victim went to school with Gosden and said the model came out of nowhere and punched her in the face.
Told the victim at the time: ‘I walked inside the nightclub, I turned to my right and had only taken about three steps and was looking around. Then I saw someone in a long green fluorescent skirt coming towards me quickly from my left.’
In a video on the Playboy YouTube channel, Gosden said she was a horse riding instructor who grew up in Townsville and was born in England.
In the 2 minute clip which sees the model sauntering in lingerie, Georgie Gee describes herself as ‘outgoing’ and a ‘fun-type of girl’.
Adding: ‘I teach young kids to ride horses. It’s very rewarding. I’ve been riding since I was 9, I try to ride horses every day.’
Despite a budding career as a glamor model, Gosden confesses she was not ‘very girly‘ when she was younger.
‘The type of girl I was in high school, I was definitely a tomboy. I wore baggy shirts and board shorts,’ she said.
‘I wasn’t very girly until a lot later on when I started to get those curves in all the right places.’
What do you think kids? Is Georgina G still the tomboy of her yesteryear years or have her new curves put that temperament aside?
The model’s case will be heard in court again in January.
Gosden will be opposing the charges that have been brought against her, but for now you can gawk at heart’s delight…