A former Victoria's Secret model is accused of assaulting a man she met on the dating app Tinder after discovering he was sending explicit messages to another woman.
Court documents from a New York court said Heather Payne repeatedly punched a businessman named Colby Kirmse in his apartment after she flew into a jealous rage when she discovered the racy messages and pictures.
She even forwarded the messages to his mother, to further embarrass him.
Documents say Heather, 42, pushed his TV off the stand, threw the remote control out of the window and then threw his laptop across the room.
The blond beauty modeled for the popular lingerie brand in the late 90s and also walked the runway for Dolce and Gabbana. She's also appeared on the cover of Elle and Harper's Bazaar.
Colby spoke to the New York Post about the incident, saying his apartment was destroyed and claimed that he was assaulted on July 24. He said the incident is "not one of my highlights." He said he got a black eye from the event.
The two, he said, were never in an exclusive relationship and only went on a few dates after meeting on the app.
"She just destroyed everything in her path like a Tasmanian devil," he said, adding, "I . . . woke up to her screaming at me with my cell in her hand, going through every text."
Heather was charged with assault, attempted assault, harassment and criminal mischief. She agreed to a plea deal last week in Manhattan Criminal Court.
Under the deal, she reportedly agreed to pay Colby $2,951 for his ruined electronics, and in return, if she keeps out of trouble for six months, her record will be wiped clean.
The biggest insult, though, was the messages that his mother got.
"My mom was like, 'What are all these pictures of erections?,'" he said.
Following her modeling career, she launched a successful clothing company called Payne Apparel.
According to reports, she previously accused famed restaurateur Nello Balan of assaulting her.