Girlfriend films Bernard Tomic in disturbing $16,000 meltdown
Vanessa Sierra has posted disturbing video footage of boyfriend Bernard Tomic allegedly snapping a laptop in half.
OnlyFans and former reality TV star Sierra took to social media on Thursday morning with the disturbing footage.
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In one video posted by Sierra, Australian tennis player Tomic appears to snap a laptop over his knee.
A second video shows Sierra assessing damage to a laptop and a mobile phone with a smashed screen.
In her caption, Sierra claimed Tomic had caused $16,000 worth of damages and locked half a million dollars worth of cryptocurrency on the computer.
“Don’t mess with a tennis player’s ego,” Sierra wrote.
“$16,000 worth of damage, currently can’t work and half a mil in crypto is locked.
"I’ll give $100 for the first person who can guess what happened.”
In the video, Tomic can be seen rushing overt to Sierra when he realises she's filming him.
The 26-year-old later clarified that Tomic didn't harm her in the meltdown and has never laid a hand on her in anger.
“Just to clarify he didn’t and has never laid hands on me," she wrote.
“I was upset with him for not checking on me when I was hospitalised. Argument escalated to him ruining my livelihood.”
Sierra has her own OnlyFans account - a website that allows users to charge subscribers for exclusive content (usually X-rated in nature).
Vanessa Sierra and Bernard Tomic in ugly break-up?
Earlier this week, Sierra sparked rumours that she and Tomic had split with a cryptic post for her 420,000 followers.
“I’ve always been real and raw with you guys about my life, both my ups and downs despite potential judgment," she wrote.
"And you have always been incredibly supportive and my rocks. I’ll speak to you all when I’m ready.”
She also uploaded a photo with two broken heart emojis, writing: “Fool me twice”.
Tomic and Sierra have been together since November, with Tomic jokingly referring to her as his "coach" at the Australian Open.
Sierra sparked controversy in February when her complaints about hotel quarantine in Melbourne sparked worldwide condemnation.
Tomic isn't playing at the current French Open after he was beaten in the first round of qualifying by 16-year-old Arthur Fils.
Local wildcard Fils fought back from a set down to defeat the seasoned Tomic 6-7 (5-7) 7-6 (7-1) 6-3 at Roland Garros last week.
A former Wimbledon quarter-finalist, Tomic has suffered an extraordinary fall from grace in recent years.
He is currently languishing in the tennis wilderness, ranking 214 in the world.
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