Kristin Fisher, Nadia Fairfax-Wayne reportedly fall out after Fisher’s cocaine bust

Sydney’s social set has been rocked by rumours that fashion blogger Nadia Fairfax-Wayne and Double Bay eyebrow artist Kristin Fisher have fallen out.

Sydney’s social set has been rocked by rumours that fashion blogger Nadia Fairfax-Wayne and Double Bay eyebrow artist Kristin Fisher have fallen out.

The Daily Mail reports that the best friends appear to have cut ties in the wake of Ms Fisher’s recent cocaine bust.

One of Sydney’s most sought after beauticians, the 36-year-old was arrested on July 17 after NSW Police discovered her in the back seat of an alleged drug dealer’s car with two bags of cocaine at her feet.

When the story made headlines last week, Ms Fisher and Ms Fairfax-Wayne unfollowed each other on Instagram.

Contacted by The Daily Mail over the move, both women quietly refollowed each other on the app, but Ms Fisher – who was a bridesmaid at the 32-year-old’s lavish Darling Point wedding in March – is yet to refollow Ms Fairfax-Wayne’s private account, which is reserved for close friends.

The pair had also been untagged in each other’s Instagram photos from the wedding.

Despite rumours of their rift, though, Ms Fairfax-Wayne insisted the pair were still on good terms.

“What you’re speculating is factually incorrect,” she told The Daily Mail.

“Kristin and I have had a wonderful friendship over the years and I continue to wish her well throughout her current situation, and no doubt you’ll hear the same from Kristin.

“I had no prior knowledge of the [cocaine] incident, and found out just like everyone else through the media.”

Ms Fisher is yet to comment on the rumoured rift.

According to a statement of facts tendered to the Waverley Local Court, police were patrolling a well known drug hotspot in Bondi targeting dial-a-dealers when they noticed a Kia Rio driving erratically.

The driver attempted to overtake a car which was reverse parking, veering onto the wrong side of the road, nearly causing an accident.

When the alleged dealer was pulled over, they found Ms Fisher in the vehicle with “two clear resealable bags containing white powder” at her feet.

“The accused was frantic in the passenger seat, attempting to leave the vehicle and evade police interaction,” court documents state.

Neither Ms Fisher nor the dealer could explain why she was in the car or how they knew each other.

“Police strongly suspected they had disturbed a drug transaction,” court documents said.

“The accused stated she had been picked up from her address in Double Bay and had arranged to be supplied the cocaine within the vehicle.

“The accused stated no money was handed over as it had been arranged through a friend.”

Ms Fisher was convicted and fined $550 after she failed to appear in Waverley Local Court last Tuesday, charged with possessing a prohibited drug and failing to comply with public health orders.

Ms Fisher is now fighting to have her conviction annulled, with her lawyer telling The Daily Telegraph she was unaware she had to appear in court.

“Kristin wasn’t aware the matter was before the court and if she was aware, she would have attended,” her solicitor, Michael Bowe, told the paper.

“She’s spoken to me and I’ve said I will now file an application tomorrow to annul the conviction.”

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