German influencer arrested for taking racy snaps on cop car and ‘leaving dents’

A German 'Big Brother Celebrity' contestant is being investigated after taking racy snaps on top of a police car.

Emmy Russ, from the German city of Hamburg, asked her mum to take pictures of her twirling her blonde locks in a mini skirt outside a police station.

The verified Instagram user had mounted the car and was looking teasingly into the camera, when officers confronted her.

They asked her to get off the patrol vehicle before realising there were dents on the hood where she had been posing.

Officers accompanied the 21-year-old to the station, where they filed a complaint for property damage.

According to local media, the damage caused to the vehicle is estimated to cost several hundred euros.

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Commenting on the incident, the police officers said: “Yes, our patrol cars can be quite sexy! You are welcome to photograph them! But please make sure that they are not damages in the process. Sitting or climbing onto the vehicle is going too far!”

Meanwhile, the dreamy blond denies being responsible for the dent: “It it not the first time I have posed for this kind of snap which is why I photographed the car before sitting on it as there was already and dent there and I did not want to be accused for it later on..”

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The police reportedly confiscated the Instagram star’s phone to check whether there was a dent in the car bonnet before she mounted it for the shoot.

Hamburg police spokesman Holger Vehren told Bild: “If our investigation confirms the suspicion that Emmy Russ caused the damage, we will look into a civil claim that will probably be severals hundred EUR.”

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The star could face a fine of several hundred euros if she is found to be responsible for the damage caused to the vehicle.

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