Looks like not even ‘Playboy Bunnies’ can keep a man…. But lets be honest, if a house hasn’t been burned, and an in home circumcisions hasn’t taken place, is it really considered a bad breakup??? Check out how this jilted, Playboy Cover Girl, consoles herself after dumping her cheating boyfriend…
A Playboy cover girl consoled her broken heart with $80,000 from her boyfriend’s bank account after he cheated on her, according to a lawsuit. Karolina Stefanski is being sued by her former lover, Andrew Oberwager, for cashing a blank check he gave to her. The 33-year-old German bombshell said her Ivy League-educated beau used her as his own personal House Bunny to wash, clean, cook and manage his finances.
Bad breakup: A lawsuit alleges that Playboy model Karolina Stefanski, right, wrote herself an $80,000 check from the bank account of her boyfriend, Andrew Oberwager, left, after he cheated
Oberwager, 36, is a Connecticut money manager at Columbus Circle Investors, where he oversees the firm’s healthcare portfolio. He says the check was meant to cover household expenses. She says it was for her own, personal use. Stefanski graced the German edition of Playboy in 1996 and 1997 – once as playmate and once as a bare-chested cover girl.
Cover girl: Karolina Stefanski, left, posed topless on the cover of the June 1997 German edition of Playboy
She told the magazine she was modelling only to pay for school so she could make documentaries. As an 18-year-old nude model, she said her passions were shoes and expensive lingerie. Her ideal man: sweet and reserved, tall and athletic. She said she loved long walks on a deserted beach, though she admitted she has a tendency to be too rude.
Oberwager, who lives in Stamford, Conn., went to police when he found the cash missing from his bank account. Cops told him that since he gave her the check, Stefanski did nothing criminal, according to the Stamford Advocate. Stefanski cashed the blank check after she caught Oberwager having an affair with a woman from Texas, according to court documents.
When she found out about the tryst in 2007, she left her wealthy boyfriend, who is also a Harvard-educated doctor, and returned to Germany. Oberwager wants the money back. And he also wants $33,000 that he paid to put her through journalism school at Boston’s Suffolk University. ‘She said she didn’t want charity,’ Oberwager testified at the trial. ‘It was actually her idea to make it a loan.’