FOOTAGE has emerged of an Instagram model and girlfriend of a former Hells Angel bikie pretending to point a gun at police during a wild night out.
Allaina Vader, who was arrested earlier this week for allegedly beating a woman in a road rage attack, is seen jumping into the road and flashing her underwear in thigh-high boots and a tight mini-dress.
The 27-year-old munches on a souvlaki as police call her over to the vehicle to talk, in a video captured around a month ago, according to Daily Mail Australia. "Oh they know her off by heart ... she lives in that cell," her friend tells the camera.
Ms Vader then insults her cousin Rikki-Lee, after rising to fame following their public spat last year.
The pair then try unsuccessfully to hail a cab before Ms Vader slides on to a car bonnet, her friend pulls her out of the road and they walk away.
Police raided the Gold Coast home the 27-year-old shares with boyfriend Ben "Notorious" Geppert, 26, on Tuesday and found Ms Vader naked. One officer wrestled her to the ground while another restrained her partner, Southport Magistrate's Court heard.
Ms Vader, who also goes by the surname Jones and has almost 15,000 Instagram followers, was denied bail over the alleged attack in Robina, in which she is accused of biting, eye-gouging and stomping on a woman's head.
Ms Vader allegedly growled like an animal and told the woman, "You've just caught me on a really bad day," the Gold Coast Bulletin reported.
Geppert allegedly threatened to kill the woman and her dog in a barrage of text messages and was accused of making threatening phone calls. He was also denied bail on charges of using a carriage service to menace and harass, obstructing police and three counts of possessing dangerous drug.
Her lawyer Ashkan Tai said the 40-year-old woman knocked on Ms Vader's car window first, adding: "It's not just a case of road rage."
Police say Geppert obstructed officers when they raided the couple's home in Robina but Mr Tai said the air conditioning technician was concerned for his girlfriend.
"My client saw his naked partner being wrestled to the ground by a male police officer," he said.
The lawyer said officers were taunting Geppert about being on steroids after allegedly finding the drug and cannabis in his home. "He responded: 'Take my handcuffs off if you are going to be tough guys,'" said Mr Tai.
Magistrate Brian Kucks denied bail due to Geppert's criminal history and the fact he is on a suspended sentence.
The matter will return to court on May 29.