EXCLUSIVE: Bad Girl Natalie Nunn Ditched A $5,000 Bill and Fled The Country

Apr. 22 2010, Published 6:00 a.m. ET

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Natalie Nunn claims she’s the baddest of The Bad Girls Club and now she’s proven it. has exclusively learned that Nunn walked out on an almost $5,000 bill at the swanky Atlantis Hotel in the Bahamas, and fled the country.

“Don’t mess with Natalie Nunn” said a close friend of The Bad Girl. “Natalie was in The Bahamas for an appearance at the night club “Luna” and she claims the promoter didn’t pay for her agreed expenses but instead put her up at The Atlantis Hotel.”

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Natalie isn’t known for letting people push her around and is always up for a little revenge.

“She was really angry that she wasn’t paid in full so she enjoyed the room service, drinks and even a swim with the dolphin’s” said her friend.

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But when she tried to leave the Bahamas with her brother, they were stopped by the local authorities and weren’t permitted to board the airplane.

“She was scared she was going to get stuck in the country and couldn’t believe the promoter would have the audacity to call the police after he didn’t pay her.”

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But according to our source her brother came to the rescue. He walked to the other end of the airport, purchased  tickets from a different airline and Nunn flew back to the U.S. evading the Bahamian authorities.

“I guess at the end of the day, the promoter got what they deserved,” her friend said.



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