By Karen Ruiz For Daily Mail Australia
The glamorous widow of a Comanchero bikie has been forced to sell the couple’s $1.5million Gold Coast mansion after she was slapped with a six-figure lawsuit.
Alexandra Leigh Ross is being sued for more than $600,000 by Fast Capital Pty Ltd, who claim the couple stopped making payments on two loans they took out in 2017.
Ms Ross, from Coomera, was married to Comanchero gang member and Monstr Clothing founder Shane Ross, who was found dead in a Queensland park in October.
The couple had allegedly borrowed $200,000 from the company in January 2017, before taking out an additional $250,000 last November, The Courier-Mail reported.
The lawsuit was filed last week by the mortgage broker, owned by George Boulos, who is facing drug charges in a separate criminal case.
Mrs Ross is said to have signed her share of their mortgage to secure the loan and had agreed to a repayment date of April 29.
However, she is alleged to have ‘refused, neglected or otherwise failed’ to pay the money back and continued to live in the house even after receiving notices to give up the property, according to the suit.
Mrs Ross was allegedly issued notices to sell the luxury five-bedroom house in March, and when that went ignored, Fast Capital ordered her to hand over the home a month later.
According to public records, the property was listed for sale on November 28.
The lawsuit is seeking reimbursement from Mr Ross’s estate and Monstr business.
Mr Ross was found dead in bushland in Martin Sheils Park in Burleigh Heads in October a week after being convicted over a car fraud syndicate.
The 36-year-old had been missing since days earlier, when his friend Cameron Martin died in a horrific car crash in Tullebudgera.
His body around one kilometre from Martin’s crash site.
Police believe his death was suspicious and said his body had been there for a few days. It is not suggested that Boulos was involved in his death.
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