A naughty Soraja Vucelic will be smacked by the police for breaking COVID-19 lockdown
It was reported not long ago that one of Playboy models, who had a love affair with a Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar,mixed up insome serious shit. As a result, Soraja Vucelic had to refute the information about breaking coronavirus lockdown restrictions and being arrested for such actions.
The model and one more bimbo were detained by the police in a small town on the North of Montenegro on their way back after visiting the cottage. During a global lockdown, Soraja Vucelic was making some hot workout videos for her followers and just for a change of scene, a 33-year-old adventurer decided to look for some trouble. That is what the local media reveal to the publicity. The police do not deny that their stool pigeon gave them a lead, and so they decided to check the cottage, where 2 horny lawbreakers were found.
The police had no choice but arrest both of them, as in fact, they did not have any permits exempting them from lockdown. Consequently, they will be brought to justice by the prosecutor general of the Basic State Prosecutor’s Office and Neymar’s ex-mistress does not give up and keeps insisting that she has never been on thin ice with the authorities. She also admitted that she was not arrested but warned together with her friend, and all that nonsense written in the media is just pure hogwash. In reality, 2 airheads were traveling in the car, and in the worst-case scenario Vucelic’s friend left all her papers and the driver’s license. She also claims that the root of this misunderstanding is that the car had Italian license plates. Nevertheless, things got back to normal, and there is no need to make a big deal in the media about it.
The most stunning Croatian Playboy babe started modeling at the age of 19 and was crowned the Serbian Playboy’s Playmate of the Year in 2011. What is more, she is not so dumb as she has also studied psychology at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy in the Serbian capital. Hopefully, the police will be soon tracking more dangerous criminals rather than barking the wrong tree.