Chelsea woman who cut up the clothes of her ex-boyfriend sought by police after failing to appear at court
Many will have heard the urban legend about a spurned wife who found out about her husband’s affairs, cut up his suits and distributed his claret collection to the doorsteps of his neighbours but yesterday a true-life version failed to appear at court.
With a warrant now issued for her arrest, Lucia Hajnikova – a one-time personal shopper at Stella McCartney and a graduate of Chelsea College of Arts – stands accused of cutting up £20,000 of clothes belonging to her Chelsea based ex-boyfriend Ege Akcasoy. She had been due to appear at Hammersmith Magistrates’ Court on Thursday but is believed to in Ibiza after posting pictures of herself partying there on her Facebook page.
When approached for comment, Miss Hajnikova’s legal representative, Terri Johnson, remarked: “She is said to have cut up a number of suits and a dress. They were designer suits, but they were four to six years old”.
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If Mr. Akcasoy’s taste in clothes is as bad as his taste in women, no great loss methinks……..!!!
She can hide a my place if she wants 🙂
Just think. Mr Akasoy has had these great pair of legs around his kneck! Lucky guy.
Such common and ugly people and there ugly ‘designer’ clothes.
She had donned 1980’s clothes
Gosh! That must have been an extraordinary tiff, wot.
My ex-husband and I were known to throw buckets of cold water over eachother indoors and then I slammed his flowers on the floor and jumped up and down on them.
But this woman…she takes the biscuit. Maybe even a biscuit factory.
p.s. The Judge should ban her from using scissors from now on?
I like her style.
I think he should be ashamed of himself. He sold this story to media and it hurts me a lot .Nobody apart of my friends and family knows how he treated me and what he did to me. I feel sorry for him. I hope he is happy with himself . A real man never hurts a woman! Maybe he loves his cheap Turkish suits more than everything. I had a great summer in Ibiza and I still do believe there are too many good people on this planet. I want to say thank you to every single person who helped me and support me in this difficult situation . Especially my family. I love you. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas! Lucia Hajnikova