Former high-profile sex worker weighs in on the police manhunt for an alleged criminal whose ‘wanted’ photo has gone viral

Former high-profile sex worker weighs in on the police manhunt for an alleged criminal whose ‘wanted’ photo has gone viral

A former high-profile sex worker has sarcastically commented on the police search for an alleged criminal whose ‘wanted’ picture displaying an unique forehead tattoo has gone viral.

Police in New South Wales continue their frantic search for Jaimes Sutton, who is wanted on an outstanding warrant after being freed on bail on domestic violence and property damage offences.

On Wednesday, Sutton’s odd facial characteristics quickly went viral as he became the target of internet astonishment and hilarity due to his forehead tattoo reading “Beast.”

The police appeal also piqued the interest of writer and novelist Amanda Goff, previously known as Samantha X and once an escort.

She tweeted, “Is he single?” with a smiling emoji.

Goff remarked when asked whether he was her type, “We all like a bad boy…”

Others laughed as the search for Sutton proceeded on Thursday, Goff would need to join the line of prospective suitors. He is reported to frequent the Deniliquin region close to the New South Wales-Victoria boundary.

Daily Mail Australia was informed by Goff that she was joking.

‘He’s definitely not at all my type, I go for blondes,’ she laughed.

‘Being single, I thought I’d put it there as a joke. I’m surprised the tweet got so many comments.’

A police appeal which went viral caught the eye of former sex worker Amanda Goff (pictured)

A police appeal which went viral caught the eye of former sex worker Amanda Goff (pictured)
The former escort formerly known as Samantha X cheekily commented on the police appeal for information about Jaimes Sutton

The former escort formerly known as Samantha X cheekily commented on the police appeal for information about Jaimes Sutton

Goff recently reverted back to her original identity after almost a decade under the alias Samantha X.

‘My life has been a thrilling ride with creative highs, but also fraught with crashing lows,’ the mother-of-two announced in July.

‘I’ll always be a big advocate of the adult industry, my clients & the amazing sex workers.  Samantha I thank you. But from now, my real name is Amanda Goff.’

The police manhunt continues for Jaimes Sutton (pictured) who has a distinctive tattoo

The police manhunt continues for Jaimes Sutton (pictured) who has a distinctive tattoo

The Sydney-based influencer made headlines in 2014 with her surprise career change and was once described as Australia’s highest-paid sex worker.

Earlier this week, Goff announced she had teamed up with screenwriters to co-create an eight-part television series about her life.

‘I am honoured for my life to be interesting enough for a TV series!’ she said.

‘Director of Mondo Studio Films Ruth Borgobello, along with screenwriter and author Lisa Portolan are part of the talented female team wanting to explore the adult industry through the lens of ‘female desire and identity’.

‘This eight part series will be largely fictionalised, based on my life, in all its gritty authenticity: bi polar, addiction, and of course the colourful industry.

‘I’ll be going back to my journalistic roots (no pun intended) as one of the co-creators… Stay tuned!’

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