OnlyFans star in dock for ‘abducting man and dumping him with bullet in back’

An OnlyFans model is accused of holding a man hostage and dumping him with a bullet wound in his back beside a blazing car.

Alice Weekes, 26, who makes fetish content under the moniker of Poppy Days, has appeared in court via video link alongside fellow suspect Leonard Wilkins. 36.

The pair from Adelaide, South Australia have been charged with false imprisonment, firearms, weapon and drug trafficking charges following a witness report at about 10.30pm on Saturday night (May 28).

A man was driving along Port Gawler Road, Port Gawler when he saw a burning vehicle and an injured man who he drove to Lyell McEwin Hospital and alerted the police.

One of the 31-year-old victim's numerous injuries was a gun-shot wound to his back which is luckily not considered to be life threatening.

Following the witness' call, Barossa police checked on the victim's burnt out Toyota Sedan and an investigation by Northern District police identified a crime scene at Mawson Lakes on Sunday.

The victim allegedly visited a woman at a home when three armed men stormed in to assault and shoot him before tying him up and driven to Port Gawler.

According to detectives, the suspects released the victim before they set his car on fire and left in an unknown vehicle.

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A number of items were seized including the firearm allegedly used in the assault.

Suspect Alice Weekes has totalled over 10,000 likes on her OnlyFans content which she says includes boy/girl and girl/girl videos as well as "lots of nudes".

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Under the name of Poppy Days, Alice writes: "Welcome to my alter ego."

She promises consistent uploads and daily replies to fans' messages including voice notes in her "husky, sexy Aussie accent".

Investigations are continuing with regards to the other two suspects.

Police reassured the public that this is not a random incident.

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