Suzi Taylor to remain behind bars after being accused of 'honey trapping' ...

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The Block star Suzi Taylor will stay behind bars after being accused of 'honey trapping' a Tinder date, holding him against his will and forcing him to transfer money into her bank account.

Taylor, 49, appeared in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Friday where she was refused bail as the magistrate said there was an 'unacceptable' risk of her reoffending.

The former glamour model is alleged to have spoken to the 33-year-old man over a dating app before inviting him to her home in New Farm, Brisbane, then allegedly demanding money from him, shortly after midnight on Wednesday.

The court heard that when he refused, 22-year-old man Ali Ebrahimi entered the room, and allegedly assaulted the man and held him against his will.

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The Block star Suzi Taylor (pictured) has been accused of 'honey trapping' a Tinder date after she allegedly held him against his will

The Block star Suzi Taylor (pictured) has been accused of 'honey trapping' a Tinder date after she allegedly held him against his will

Queensland Police alleged the former reality star (pictured) and nude model then allegedly demanded money from the man but he refused to give anything to her

Queensland Police alleged the former reality star (pictured) and nude model then allegedly demanded money from the man but he refused to give anything to her

Police claim Ms Taylor also allegedly assaulted the man before she and her friend forced him to transfer money and stole his bank card. 

The allegations Ms Taylor faces are known as 'honey potting', where someone uses a false relationship to lure someone in and take advantage of them. 

Ms Taylor and Ebrahimi have been charged with extortion, deprivation of liberty, assault occasioning bodily harm and possessing dangerous drugs. 

The former reality star and nude model has also been charged with breaching bail. 

On October 28, she was charged with possessing drug utensils, burglary, trespass and unlawful use of a motor vehicle.

Police had conducted a search warrant on the New Farm home on the same day.

Sitting against a wall with her back deliberately turned to the public gallery, Taylor, dressed in prison clothing, said nothing after confirming her identity to magistrate John McGrath.

Her lawyer told the court Taylor had been a licensed real estate agent for the past six years, but had not worked as one

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