TOWIE BAR BRAWL ARREST
Coco Austin, 34, had her Twitter followers in a lather when she posted a racy rude video on the social network.
The blonde babe wore just a tiny silver thong and chained NIPPLE tassels for the raunchy online flick.
She’s been married to Ice T, 55, since 1955.
Twitter user @RealDeal978 commented: “That’s one real lucky husband. She’s gorgeous!” FOUR men ended up in hospital after a mass brawl at a bar owned by The Only Way is Essex star Ricky Rayment.
Police were called to Bar Blanco in Rayleigh, Essex, at 12.30am on Sunday after violence erupted.
Doormen tried to kick out a stag party when things turned nasty and several people were injured in a fight.
One female witness said: “Five police cars turned up. The fight started inside the bar – it was awful. They were throwing furniture.”
The bar, which opened in November last year, has appeared on the ITV2 reality show and is owned by Ricky ( left) and his uncle, Danny Salmon.
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