This news will no doubt please law graduate Stacey who recently signed with a major modelling agency. The blonde bride— who was embroiled in numerous scandals while filming the series— confirmed earlier this week that she'll be represented by Neon Model Management— an agency that promotes Instagram influencers and looks after international TV stars from shows like Love Island and Vanderpump Rules.
Despite revelling in her newfound fame since becoming a household name, the single mother-of-two plans to use her social media platforms to make a difference, revealing in an Instagram Live that she's starting her own not-for-profit charity
"I've got a lot of good friends [around me] and I'm focusing on my children, my career and what I want to do next. I want to do something good out of all of this and start a charity," she said, adding it'll raise money and awareness for those battling with mental health issues.
Hoping to educate her growing fan base, Stacey continued: "I want to do something with my platform. I don't want to just sell teeth whitening stuff. Melbourne is where I'm setting up my not-for-profit, that's why I'm regularly there. I think Melbourne has a lot more to offer [than Adelaide]."
The sudden change comes less than a week after the 26-year-old revealed in a YouTube video that she's put her legal career on hold until her sons are older and she can work full time.
"It's up to me and I'm in the position where I have the law degree, but I want to do something better with my life at the moment. My children are still a bit young. Not many law firms like to take on people who only want three days a week," said the single mum who shares two children, Kosta and Kruz, with her Rebels bikie ex.