My Kitchen Rules star Zana Pali flees Brighton’s crime wave and heads to Fiji

My Kitchen Rules star Zana Pali flees Brighton's crime wave and heads to Fiji 2
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My Kitchen Rules star Zana Pali recently came to her friend Rebecca Judd’s defence in her fight with Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews over Brighton’s crime wave. 

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But now, the mother of two is enjoying a well-deserved break in Fiji at the exclusive Vomo Island resort – where prices average $1,000 plus per night. 

Zana shared a series of pictures of herself in a tiny bikini and said she was enjoyed a few days of ‘recharging’.

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My Kitchen Rules star Zana Pali flees Brighton's crime wave and heads to Fiji to 'recharge in paradise' - after defending WAG Rebecca Judd in her war with Dan Andrews

My Kitchen Rules star Zana Pali flees Brighton’s crime wave and heads to Fiji to ‘recharge in paradise’ – after defending WAG Rebecca Judd in her war with Dan Andrews

‘A few days of paradise. Recharge, rejuvenate and appreciate everything we have in life,’ Zana wrote.

She added: ‘You only live once.’ 

In the images, Zana sizzles as she sunbakes in a tiny black and gold Camilla with Love bikini and wearing gold Louis Vuitton sunglasses. 

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'A few days of paradise. Recharge, rejuvenate and appreciate everything we have in life,' Zana wrote

‘A few days of paradise. Recharge, rejuvenate and appreciate everything we have in life,’ Zana wrote

Last month, Zana revealed she’ taking her family to Europe in a few months. 

It comes after the lawyer jumped to WAG and pal Rebecca Judd’s defence in her war with Dan Andrews over Brighton’s crime wave. 

Zana and her husband Gianni Romano are building a new mansion in Brighton’s fourth wealthiest suburb, after selling a $5 million one last year.

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In the images, Zana sizzles as she sunbakes in a tiny black and gold Camilla with Love bikini and wearing gold Louis Vuitton sunglasses

In the images, Zana sizzles as she sunbakes in a tiny black and gold Camilla with Love bikini and wearing gold Louis Vuitton sunglasses

The suburb made headlines in May when Rebecca, a fellow resident and social media influencer, claimed she felt ‘unsafe’ in her $7.3 million mansion. 

Zana claimed on Instagram that there was a ‘clear target’ on the Bayside which was causing ‘anxiety and fear among the community’.

The mother-of-two claimed ‘it was only a matter of time before someone gets killed’ and said she had received ‘countless’ messages from other worried locals who said they were scared to sleep at night in fear of being robbed.

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It comes after the lawyer jumped to WAG and pal Rebecca Judd's defence in her war with Dan Andrews over Brighton's crime wave. The suburb made headlines in May when Rebecca, a fellow resident and social media influencer, claimed she felt 'unsafe' in her $7.3 million mansion

It comes after the lawyer jumped to WAG and pal Rebecca Judd’s defence in her war with Dan Andrews over Brighton’s crime wave. The suburb made headlines in May when Rebecca, a fellow resident and social media influencer, claimed she felt ‘unsafe’ in her $7.3 million mansion

‘Whilst I agree crime has increased all over Victoria there is a clear pattern that Bayside residents are being targeted,’ she wrote to Instagram on Monday night.

‘We are urging that the Victorian Government act now. We need police presence in the community to feel safe.’

The lawyer told The Herald Sun she and other locals had formed several WhatsApp groups to monitor crime in their swanky area.

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‘We are part of a neighbourhood watch WhatsApp group as we’ve had to take matters into our own hands because we don’t have the assistance,’ she said.

‘We’ve also organised private security because we do feel unsafe.’

Rebecca previously claimed the state government didn’t ‘seem to care’ about the ‘rapes, bashings and home invasions at the hands of the gangs in Bayside’.

The mother-of-two claimed 'it was only a matter of time before someone gets killed' and said she had received 'countless' messages from other worried locals who said they were scared to sleep at night in fear of being robbed

The mother-of-two claimed ‘it was only a matter of time before someone gets killed’ and said she had received ‘countless’ messages from other worried locals who said they were scared to sleep at night in fear of being robbed

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The footy WAG lives in the sprawling mansion in Brighton with her husband, retired AFL star Chris Judd, and their four children.

Her home boasts a gym, a tennis court that can be turned into ‘a footy oval or cricket pitch’, and a magnesium salt pool.

‘I personally know two women who have experienced home invasions in Brighton in the last few weeks while they were at home,’ she wrote on Instagram in May.

She reposted CCTV footage of a group of young men lurking outside properties in her affluent suburb and claimed it made her feel ‘unsafe’.

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Rebecca previously claimed the state government didn't 'seem to care' about the 'rapes, bashings and home invasions at the hands of the gangs in Bayside'

Rebecca previously claimed the state government didn’t ‘seem to care’ about the ‘rapes, bashings and home invasions at the hands of the gangs in Bayside’

The teenagers, who were allegedly armed with knives, were filmed lurking outside several properties in the Bayside area before crashing a stolen BMW into a tree.

Zana jumped to the defence of her fellow social media star and said the backlash Judd received for her comments was unfair.

‘I think it’s unfair that she has copped backlash, she’s just saying how we all feel and at the end of the day it’s easy to judge, but we are all living in fear,’ she said.

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But Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said that he was ‘not interested in having an argument with Ms Judd’.

‘I’m also obliged to point out though, I think there are more than 70 additional police in the Bayside area, and the most recent crime statistics released by an independent agency would not support those sweeping assessments about patterns of crime.’

‘I say this respectfully to Bec Judd, or anybody – I don’t want anybody to feel unsafe,’ he said. ‘I’m sorry she feels that way. The data would tell a different story, but it is about personal feelings and your sense of safety.’

But Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said that he was 'not interested in having an argument with Ms Judd'

But Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews said that he was ‘not interested in having an argument with Ms Judd’

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