Loni Willison, Jeremy Jackson’s homeless ex, was seen sporting an expensive Apple watch while wheeling a cart without shoes on an outing.
Loni, 39, appeared to be scavenging for goods abandoned around the streets of Venice Beach, California, in exclusive images obtained by The Sun.
In a sleeveless black jacket and matching helmet, the former fitness model appeared dishevelled.
During the outing, she was reportedly seen wearing an Apple watch.
She has lost her magnificent blonde locks from her glory days.
The ex-swimsuit model sorted through the waste remains and placed them in her white bag while dragging the cart across the street.
Loni was smoking a cigarette and carrying a large cardboard piece on her back.
She walked about the streets barefoot, wearing black socks with marijuana leaves doodled on them.
Loni was previously married for two years to Jeremy, 41.
The former couple married in 2012 but divorced in 2014.
After the Thunder Alley star allegedly assaulted his former girlfriend in their West Hollywood home, the two parted up.
In the Baywatch series, Jeremy played Hobie Buchannon, the son of Mitch Buchannon (David Hasselhoff).
Loni claimed that the personal trainer tried to strangle her.
The claimed attack left her with two broken ribs, neck injuries, and scratches on her face.
When she apparently experienced a mental breakdown in 2016, the former model was working as an assistant at a cosmetic surgery centre in Los Angeles.
She lost her job, housing, and car as a result of her mental collapse.
The former assistant was sent out onto the streets.
The model has battled an addiction to meth and alcohol since she began using narcotics.
Loni has also been suffering with mental health concerns.
‘ON MY OWN’
The Sun spoke with Jeremy’s ex about living on the streets.
Loni convinced her friends and family that she was “fine” and that she didn’t require their assistance.
“I haven’t spoken to Jeremy,” the former model admitted. I don’t want to talk to my buddies because I’m fine.
“I’m not looking for assistance.”
“I can live on my own,” she added. I have all I require right here.
“Nobody really cares about me and I don’t want to see them.”
Loni concluded: “They don’t want to see me.”