Former Block star Suzi Taylor has been pictured embracing her freedom in selfies with a friend who promised they would ‘party hard’ to release from prison.
Former Block star Suzi Taylor has been pictured embracing her freedom in selfies with a friend who promised they would ‘party hard’ to release from prison.

Bus selfies as Suzi Taylor revels in life on outside

Selfies have emerged of 'celebrity criminal' Suzi Taylor celebrating freedom from jail, copying up to a male friend on a bus.

The fallen reality TV star was released from custody just over a week ago after pleading guilty to about 30 charges including possessing cocaine and cannabis, receiving tainted property, drink driving, failing to stop at the scene of and multiple counts of breaching bail.

Sean McDine and Suzi Taylor. Picture: Facebook
Sean McDine and Suzi Taylor. Picture: Facebook

She and a male associate were last been found not guilty of the bizarre kidnapping, assaulting and extorting an escort client who had allegedly been tied up in her unit.

Another male friend, Sean McDine, has posted social media photos showing him and Taylor celebrating her freedom, goofing around on a bus while snapping selfies.

"OMG isn't it a nice surprise to see my favourite celebrity criminal," he wrote.

"I feel so honoured … the other day you walk free from jail and on foot the very first place you walk is from the Supreme Court to my door to come give me a massive hug amongst other things, reacquaint with society and borrow my bed for the night until your finances are accessible.

"Missed your face Suzi Taylor, let's party hard!!!"

Former Block star Suzi Taylor leaves the Magistrates Court in Brisbane following her release. Picture: NCA NewsWire/Dan Peled
Former Block star Suzi Taylor leaves the Magistrates Court in Brisbane following her release. Picture: NCA NewsWire/Dan Peled

Taylor danced in the street screamed 'I'm free! after being released from Brisbane Watch-house on May 6.

"I spent over 200 days in jail for a crime I did not commit," the former The Block star and Penthouse magazine pin-up girl told journalists.

"I feel I was unjustly attacked and made to look guilty just by being my silly self and being made to look guilty with false accusations, lies and untruths and innuendo.

"But I am not guilty and finally I can say that and get on with life and start afresh."

Originally published as Bus selfies as Suzi revels in life on outside



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