The MAFS start says hher now ex-boyfriend left her stranded on a hol­i­day gone wrong in Ber­lin – but Pa­trick says oth­er­wise…

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She says...

Tracey Jewel claims she was left stranded, pen­ni­less and alone in Ber­lin dur­ing what was sup­posed to be a ro­man­tic five-week Euro­pean hol­i­day.

Af­ter a string of ar­gu­ments, Tracey says she was forced to turn to Ger­man po­lice as she des­per­ately pleaded for her ex to pay for the cost of chang­ing her flight home.

“Four days into the hol­i­day Pa­trick told me he wasn’t happy in the re­la­tion­ship and was up­set he’d been dragged into the spot­light,” Tracey tells Woman’s Day.

“But in­stead of work­ing through it to­gether, he made me his worst en­emy. We would just fight, or he would just com­pletely ig­nore me.

‘The fight­ing got so bad that I broke down’

“On the cruise I was shak­ing be­cause I was so up­set. I just wanted to go home, but I was stuck be­cause I had no money.

“When we were in Ber­lin, the fight­ing got so bad that I broke down. I was done ar­gu­ing with him and told the ho­tel the sit­u­a­tion. Be­cause of their duty of care, they called the po­lice, and I filed a re­port with them the next morn­ing.

“Af­ter loads of ar­gu­ing, he fi­nally paid for my flight home.”

Tracey claims her fi­nances are tied up in her re­cently re­leased book and other busi­ness, but Pa­trick had assured her every­thing would be taken care of fi­nan­cially on the hol­i­day.

She now be­lieves Pa­trick – who she ad­mits had also given her $20,000 for a busi­ness loan – used his money to his ad­van­tage.

“He put me in a po­si­tion where I was fi­nan­cially re­liant on him and that just led to ar­gu­ments,” she says.

Tracey tear­fully adds, “I refuse to let this break me. I just need some time on my own now”.

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