First pics of Austrian model who ‘crashed £400k Ferrari in Ibiza while … – The Sun

These are the first picture of a model who allegedly crashed a £400,000 Ferrari in Ibiza while high on cocaine before trying to escape on a private jet.

Elif Aksu, 25, and a male companion, believed to be her millionaire Brit boyfriend, were taking the luxury sports car for a spin when she hit a lorry, MailOnline reported.

Elif Aksu was arrested in Ibiza

Elif Aksu was arrested in Ibiza

A 25-year-old Austrian woman has been arrested in Ibiza after she allegedly crashed her Saudi boyfriend’s £400,000 Ferrari

A 25-year-old Austrian woman has been arrested in Ibiza after she allegedly crashed her Saudi boyfriend’s £400,000 Ferrari

The pair allegedly fled the scene but were stopped by Spanish cops at Ibiza’s Codolar airport.

Aksu was arrested just before she got on the man’s private jet to leave the country, police said.

The unnamed pair were in the black supercar with British number plates before the accident at 9pm yesterday.

The 25-year-old model is accused of crashing a £400,000 Ferrari while high on cocaine and driving without a licence

The 25-year-old model is accused of crashing a £400,000 Ferrari while high on cocaine and driving without a licence

She allegedly tried to flee from the scene with a male companion but was caught by Spanish police

She allegedly tried to flee from the scene with a male companion but was caught by Spanish police

The model has been released on bail as police continue to investigate

The model has been released on bail as police continue to investigate

She reportedly then tried to flee in her boyfriend’s private jet

She reportedly then tried to flee in her boyfriend’s private jet

Snaps appear to show the extent of the damage to the bodywork to the Ferrari.

They reportedly left the car under the watch of another man believed to be an employee of the Saudi man.



Witnesses heard them talking about a plane and alerted the police who rushed to the airport, Diario de Ibiza reported.

They discovered a private flight was about to take off on a jet owned by the suspect’s alleged boyfriend.

Their flight was stopped and the woman tested positive for alcohol and cocaine, according to reports.

The Austrian model is thought to be signed up with Swiss-based Munich Models

The Austrian model is thought to be signed up with Swiss-based Munich Models

Police stopped the jet and arrested the woman who does not have a driving licence

Police stopped the jet and arrested the woman who does not have a driving licence

Police also found she did not have a licence so she was arrested and has now been charged.

Aksu, who is thought to be signed up with Swiss-based Munich Models, has been released on bail.

She is due to appear at court at a later date.

Her 44-year-old male companion has been described locally as a Saudi national but was travelling on a British passport.

He reportedly owns a property in Porroig near San Jose in south-west Ibiza.

The unnamed man is understood to have left the party island following the incident.

Turkish model Elif Aksu poses with snapchat filters in holiday video

 


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Why Ibiza Is a New Hot Spot for Healing – Vogue.com

The Spanish island known for its hard-partying ways is calling to another kind of pleasure-seeker. And this one is lured by the sound of the gong, rather than DJ beats. Ruby Warrington, the New York–based astrologer and author of Material Girl, Mystical World: The Now Age Guide to a High-Vibe Life, traveled to the sun-drenched island several times a year when she was based in London. “Ibiza has this kind of party reputation, but that really only happens in the high summer, by which I mean end of May through September,” says Warrington. “But the rest of the time, it’s just a beautiful, rural idyll. The party scene has morphed into people going to get feel-good vibes from a healing perspective.”

Indeed, healing retreats are thriving in Ibiza. Trish Whelan is an Irish expat who founded Soul Adventures in 2013. Based out of Whelan’s mountaintop estate, the retreats focus on Kundalini yoga and other healing modalities such as meditation, Reiki, and gong relaxation. “Ibiza is a tiny island, with a population of about 350,000,” says Whelan. “Last summer, we had 7 million visitors. They don’t all come for the DJs; they come for the energy.”

And how does that energy feel, exactly? That depends. “It’s just a palpable buzz that gives everybody whatever they need, whether that’s relaxation or more energy,” Whelan says. She notes that Es Vedrà, a mysterious rock island off the western coast of Ibiza, is known as the third most magnetic place in the world. “When you couple Kundalini yoga with that energetic field, you can have a deep transformation,” she says.

But it’s not just yoga poses that are helping island visitors bust through blocks. Whelan says that “radical light-workers” from all over the world—healers who offer everything from water massage to crystal Reiki to chakra balancing—feel “a call” to come to Ibiza. Some 50 healers tend to the groups at Ibiza Retreats, a popular escape for Europeans and Londoners. In an increasingly chaotic time, retreat leaders Larah Davis and Susie Howell see a growing need for what the experience offers. “It’s hard to describe, but people often talk about a sense of well-being here, even as they arrive and take their first steps off the plane,” Howell says. “We find many people are seeking a sense of belonging again—of reconnection to themselves.”

Ibiza Retreats focuses on female empowerment, digital detox, and healthy doses of silence among the island’s wealth of natural beauty. “For a place with such a high proportion of sunshine, it’s an incredibly green and verdant island,” says Warrington. Along with beaches and coves, there are fragrant pine forests, boughs of almond blossoms, and a profusion of wildflowers in the spring. “The landscape is so inviting,” says Warrington.

And, it’s fertile. “Living in Ibiza allows you to be in harmony with the seasons,” Howell says. “You can eat from tree or ground to plate, so the diet is much more seasonal and local produce is of an incredibly high standard. It’s definitely a hub of clean eating.” And, drinking: “Everything is organic,” Warrington affirms. “You can hardly go out and get a regular cappuccino because it’s all plant milk.”

Whelan names citrus fruits, almonds, strawberries, watermelons, figs, olives, and organic wine as locally grown ingredients on her day-to-day menus. “We live such a high-vibration life on the island; we don’t want to have food that’s traveled weeks to get here,” she suggests. “Food loses energy and vibrations during transport.” Even before drinking water that’s from a mile-away source, Whelan works with healers to “reprogram” that water with crystals.

Lest you think that high-vibe talk is unique to Ibiza’s Kundalini gurus, think again. Whelan shares what happened when a phone repairman stopped by her house recently. When she got to chatting about a problem she was having, the repairman said: “ ‘Well, of course you’re going to have issues—there are too many crystals in this room,’ ” Whelan says, laughing. “That doesn’t happen in London.”

Though Ibiza’s healing culture is becoming ever more pronounced, that doesn’t mean its hedonistic tendencies have been sacrificed. “For millennia, Ibiza has been this land of healing and magic,” Whelan says. “Dancing on the tables is also healing. People come here to celebrate life, really.”

But, be warned: Some visitors never leave. “Ibiza attracts people who are invested in living a life that feels really good,” Warrington notes. “In the 1950s and ’60s, it was a real haven for hippy communities. And there still are nudist beaches where you’ll find ancient hippies, still living that dream.”

Line-Up Announced for RESISTANCE IBIZA 2017 – Broadway World


Line-Up Announced for RESISTANCE IBIZA 2017

As it prepares for its highly anticipated debut residency at Privilege Ibiza this summer, RESISTANCE™now unveils the next round of artists set to perform across the 8-week run.

Joining the likes of already announced Sasha & Stephan Bodzin (Live) and DJ Tennis, are an additional FORTY-plus world-class acts from the house and techno world. Watch the trailer here.

From Andhim, Anja Schneider, ANNA, Cassy, Francesca Lombardo, Josh Wink to Martin Buttrich, Monika Kruse, Noir, Reboot, Sam Paganini, Woo York (Live) and many more, RESISTANCE’s takeover of Privilege this year is not to be missed. View the full lineup here.

The brand’s first official foray onto the White Isle, RESISTANCE™ will run every Tuesday at Privilege Ibiza from July 25 until the official closing party on John Digweed leading the charge at the first seven of those eight dates (25 Jul / 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Aug / 5 Sep).

Tickets for all eight Ibiza parties are now on sale at resistanceibiza.com. The full lineups for each event will be announced soon.

SASHA & JOHN DIGWEED

ANDHIM

ANJA SCHNEIDER

ANNA

B. TRAITS

CARLO LIO

CASSY

CHRISTIAN SMITH

CHUS + CEBALLOS

DENSE & PIKA

DOSEM

DUBFIRE

EATS EVERYTHING

ELI & FUR

ELIO RISO

FABIO FLORIDO

FRANCESCA LOMBARDO

GONCAIO

GUY GERBER

HITO

JOSH WINK

JULIAN JEWEIL

KEVIN SAUNDERSON

LA FLEUR

LUIGI MADONNA

MARC ROMBOY

MARCO BAILEY

MARKANTONIO

MARTIN BUTTRICH

MATADOR (Live)

MONIKA KRUSE

NATHAN BARATO

NIC FANCIULLI

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It’s Ibiza time for SEAT: new supermini due next month – Irish Independent

You’ll have to wait until November for 1.6 TDI diesel versions with 80hp and 95hp outputs.

Four trim levels – S, SE, XCELLENCE and FR – are offered, with prices starting at €14,995 for the 75hp S model. A 95hp SE will be the likely volume seller – it’s priced at €18,065.

Taking the 115hp 1.0 TSI to the roads, two things stood out. First and foremost was just how quiet and refined it was. Not always a Seat strong point, kudos to the engineers for a job well done here.

Armin van Buuren to Remove all UR Branding from Ibiza Shows Following Plagiarism Claim – Your EDM

Armin van Buuren‘s Ibiza party series will remove all UR branding moving forward, following a plagiarism dispute with Underground Resistance, a well known Detroit techno collective.






Despite the legendary DJ’s original Resident Advisor reports the summer shows will continue to only work under the name Universal Religion. All flyers and logos are expected to change ASAP to honor the complaint.

Armin van Buuren’s original statement read:

“I would like to start off by saying how unfortunate and unpleasant this situation is for everyone involved. My team, the team of Hï/Ushuaïa and myself were not aware of the similarities between our logo and the logo of Underground Resistance. Originally, UR – the name of the new event through which I’ll perform in Ibiza every week – is derived from Universal Religion, an older but nonetheless known Armin van Buuren concept. The logo, which consists of a custom-made font and frame, was designed to conform with the Armin van Buuren brand. After careful deliberation, my team, the team of Hï/Ushuaïa and myself have decided to keep the name UR as it is and to adjust the symbol. I trust that media, fans and Underground Resistance will be able to understand this decision.”

The Universal Religion nightclub residency is set to run for 13 weeks over the summer at Hï Ibiza.

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Source: Resident Advisor