A woman said she "still loves" her Hells Angel ex-boyfriend despite claiming he forced her to jump out of a moving motor during a blazing row.
Allaina Jones was travelling in the vehicle with Ben Geppert, an enforcer for the biker group, near Airlie Beach, north Queens, last weekend when the argument is alleged to have kicked off.
Geppert, already serving a three-year suspended sentence following a brutal brawl outside a Gold Coast KFC in September, was arrested on Sunday night following the bust-up.
He now faces five charges in total, the most serious of which reportedly relates to a breach of a domestic violence order involving Ms Jones, who claimed she was left with injuries following the fight.
Ms Jones, who regularly updates her 20k-strong Instagram followers with a series of racy snaps, said she had separated from Geppert three weeks previous to he row but had gone to the popular Aussie holiday spot to patch things up.
"He wanted me and my daughter to move here (to Airlie Beach) and he wanted to try and better himself," she explained to Daily Mail Australia.
"I came alone to see what it, and what he, was like. I was here for four days and I still haven't left yet because I'm still not okay or myself after that night."
Ms Jones, who is no stranger to the law herself after getting caught up in a bruising road rage brawl last October, said things got ugly shortly after the pair met.
Proserpine Magistrates Court heard claims this week that Ms Jones had become "fearful for her safety" while driving in a car with strongman Geppert.
"She (Ms Jones) has attempted to get out of the car while it was travelling on the road - the defendant was driving the motor vehicle and has freaked out," the court was told.
"The victim had to flee the location and went to an address in Airlie Beach."
Cops who had been scrambled to the scene after receiving reports of a disturbance were forced to Taser the former biker as he resisted arrest.
"Police have pulled the car up and he's had to be subject to some force," Magistrate James Morton told the court, the Gold Coast Bulletin reports.
Despite being badly shaken up following the terrifying encounter, Ms Jones said she "can't help but feel sorry" for bad boy Gepper.
"He has split personalities, so the one that would be sitting in jail right now would be the one that I love, the one that I feel sorry for,' she explained.
"But I just want other girls in relationships like this to know they are not alone."
Geppert has also been slapped with charges of obstructing police, possessing a restricted drug, failing to provide a breath sample and fraud.
The thug will remain caged until at least December 2 when he next appears before Prosperine Magistrate Court.
His latest brush with the law comes just two months after the death of his brother Harrison who was knifed to death during a brawl on the Gold Coast.