Monique Morley: Ex-Bachelor star warns other women about terrifying drink-spiking ordeal

Former Bachelor star Monique Morley has shared her fear after claiming she was left “paralysed” from a spiked drink while holidaying in the Caribbean.

The 35-year-old, featured in the 2019 series of The Bachelor, said she was left “practically paralysed” after her drink was spiked in a bar at a resort last weekend.

Morley said a suspicious man shuffled past her while she was distracted, and she claims he drugged her while she temporarily looked away from her drink.

“My drink had only just been served, and when I returned to drink it, I started to feel really weird — mostly in my legs. I asked my girlfriend if she felt the same, and she said no’,” she told Yahoo Lifestyle.

Camera IconThe Bachelor intruder Monique Morley Credit: Supplied

“I said, ‘Hey, I think my drink has been spiked’. She asked how, as we were the only people there, but it must have been that guy. The drink was only left unattended for five seconds.”

The influencer said she began to feel really dizzy and asked her friend to take her home.

At her accommodation, Morley said she was “violently ill” and wanted to speak out about the incident to warn other women about drink-spiking dangers.

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“With holidays approaching, please can everyone be so so careful when out, especially when travelling and overseas,” she said.

“Watch your drinks and always have someone you trust around you. You should always listen to your gut too and remove yourself from situations you don’t feel comfortable in.”

Former Bachelor star Monique Morley has shared her terrifying drink-spiking experience while on holiday overseas.
Camera IconFormer Bachelor star Monique Morley has shared her terrifying drink-spiking experience while on holiday overseas. Credit:

After the terrifying ordeal, her followers wished her a speedy recovery.

“Honestly. It’s the scariest thing, but you can’t let the what-if stop you. I always have panic attacks but meditate out of them eventually. You’re stronger than you think,” Morley said.

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