On Sunday Night’s episode of 60 Mins, it was sensationally alleged that Cassie Sainsbury, who was arrested on April 13 at Bogota’s El Dorado airport with 5.8 kilograms of cocaine in her luggage, worked as a prostitute at a Western Sydney Brothel in the past.
The Nine Network claims they have spoken to several sources over the allegations, which have been investigated over the past fortnight.
An unidentified Sydney woman who has claimed she was a former colleague of Sainsbury’s told 60 Mins she worked under the name of “Claudia”.
According to the source, the 22-year-old allegedly worked at Penrith-based 220 Gentleman's Club as recent as August 2016.
The alleged former colleague also told the network that Sainsbury had lied to gain finances in the past and even told people her mother had died, allegedly to solicit donations from co-workers.
“She said her mum was suffering from MS and was in a private hospital in Sydney, that she didn't have private health insurance but Cassandra had done a deal with the hospital for reduced fees but she'd run up quite a debt,” she claimed.
“Then… she had a phone call saying that her mum was dying, and then another call saying her mum had died, passed away from MS… all while she was at the brothel.”
This article originally appeared on WHO.
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