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Ukrainian refugee Sofiia Karkadym says she is penniless and homeless after the collapse of her whirlwind romance with Brit Tony Garnett.
Sofiia, 22, fled war-torn Ukraine in May and was given a place to stay by Bradford couple Tony and Lorna Garnett.
But within 10 days Tony, then 29, had been seduced by Sofiia’s “low-cut tops and red lipstick,” according to Lorna.
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Tony and Sofiia have now split after a furious row and Sofiia said: "I am lost. I am heartbroken and I still have feelings for Tony."
The pair quickly became close after she moved into Tony's home, with the security guard deciding to leave Lorna after she “really went for Sofiia, yelling at her, using some harsh language that left her in tears”.
Tony and the young refugee, originally from Lviv, set up home together and he even talked about having his vasectomy reversed so they could have children together.
But now their new relationship has collapsed after a furious row.
On Monday (September 26), Tony said that he had shown Sofiia the door after just four months following the argument.
The situation got very out of hand and Sofiia ended up being bundled into a police car outside the cottage they had shared while shouting "Tony, I love you. Please come with me!"
Police intervened after she made a desperate attempt to win Tony back by hiding in the bushes near his home.
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Sofiia was freed without charge after being taken away for questioning, but now, she says, she’s in a desperate situation.
She told the Daily Mail: “‘I have nobody here. No home, and no money. I have no friends. I am staying here in a disgusting place which the police have put me into in Bradford."
She says she’s heartbroken, and still has feelings for Tony, but she’s been warned by police not to try to visit him or contact him by phone.
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Dismissing allegations that she had plunged a knife into the wall of their rented cottage, Sofiia said: “I never hurt Tony. I never attacked him. I was very upset about some things regarding his partner, Lorna and their children."
Sofiia says she will now probably go back to her former home in Ukraine.
For her part, Lorna says she “wouldn't have [Tony] back in a million years”.
“I knew it would end in disaster for them,” she told The Sun. “I just didn't think it would come after only four months."
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