ex-model stable after shooting, by Arjun Ramachandran
- 9th May 2008
The Sydney Morning Herald)
The yoga instructor shot multiple
times at a gym in Star City Casino yesterday was
also a full-time model.
Graham, 28, is in a stable condition at Royal
Prince Alfred hospital after four hours of surgery
yesterday, a Star City colleague said.
Graham was working in Turbines health club at
Star City in Pyrmont when she was shot multiple
times, allegedly by 37-year-old Todd Devaney.
has emerged that in addition to her work as an
instructor at the gym, Ms Graham is described
on the online motoring magazine, AutoBabes as
"one of Sydney's most hottest and sought
Graham initially joined Star City 18 months ago
to work as a cocktail waitress, her colleague
started as a cocktail waitress but always looked
to go into the fitness area.
been working for the fitness centre for more than
a year where she is one of our most popular instructors.
a very bubbly personality and a lot of people
want to attend her classes."
Montsouranis, who photographed Ms Graham for the
AutoBabes publication, said she's a "`lovely
girl, very radiant''.
was one of the most sought after girls in the
team. She was a well-balanced, intelligent, beautiful
young girl,'' he said.
gave up modelling in 2007 and that's when she
moved to the more spiritual realm, like the yoga.
died her hair brown and changed her look and became
said] she was looking for something different.''
Montsouranis worked with Ms Graham in 2006 after
she sent an application, and was attracted to
"her looks and her potential''.
Graham also appeared on a Channel 9 TV show Body
Work, in which she discussed her use of cosmetic
surgery to help maintain her appearance.
surgeon Dr Jeremy Hunt said he could not comment
on Ms Graham due to doctor-patient confidentiality.