Byron Baes star Elias Chigros sparks rumours he’s dating a local influencer


Spoiler alert! Byron Baes star Elias Chigros sparks rumours he’s dating local influencer Abbey Tucker as they get cosy in a beach car park in the coastal town


He’s the former Love Island Australia heartthrob who is set to appear on the upcoming Netflix show, Byron Baes. 

And on Saturday, Elias Chigros sparked rumours he’s off the market, being seen kissing and cuddling local influencer, Abbey Tucker. 

The 29-year-old hunk went shirtless as he hit the beach and was seen cosying up to Abbey next to his car in a beach carpark in Byron Bay.  

Spoiler alert! Byron Baes star Elias Chigros has sparked rumours he’s dating local influencer Abbey Tucker

He peeled back his black wetsuit to reveal his buff frame. 

Abbey meanwhile, wore a bright blue bikini top and jeans with a beige long sleeve crop on top. 

But the pair couldn’t keep their hands off each other as he packed his car. 

Hot to trot: Abbey wore a bright blue bikini top and jeans with a beige long sleeve crop on top

Hot to trot: Abbey wore a bright blue bikini top and jeans with a beige long sleeve crop on top

Packing on the PDA: On Saturday, he was seen kissing and cuddling local influencer, Abbey

Packing on the PDA: On Saturday, he was seen kissing and cuddling local influencer, Abbey

Packing on the PDA: On Saturday, he was seen kissing and cuddling local influencer, Abbey

Smitten: The pair couldn't keep their hands off each other as he packed his car

Smitten: The pair couldn’t keep their hands off each other as he packed his car

Little is known about blonde beauty Abbey, but she appears to be a budding Instagram influencer and boasts more than 3,000 followers. 

Earlier this month, she even set tongues wagging as she posted about Elias, sharing a post of him shirtless near the beach and writing: ‘Lockdown buddy,’ and adding a love heart. 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted both Elias and Abbey for comment, in relation to this story.

If you've got it! He peeled back his black wetsuit to reveal his buff frame

If you’ve got it! He peeled back his black wetsuit to reveal his buff frame

It's a match: Little is known about blonde beauty Abbey, but she appears to be a budding Instagram influencer and boasts more than 3,000 followers

It’s a match: Little is known about blonde beauty Abbey, but she appears to be a budding Instagram influencer and boasts more than 3,000 followers

New show: Elias meanwhile, is set to appear on the upcoming and controversial Netflix show, Byron Baes

New show: Elias meanwhile, is set to appear on the upcoming and controversial Netflix show, Byron Baes

New show: Elias meanwhile, is set to appear on the upcoming and controversial Netflix show, Byron Baes

Something to tell us? Earlier this month, she even set tongues wagging as she posted about Elias, sharing a post of him shirtless near the beach and writing: 'Lockdown buddy,' and adding a love heart

Something to tell us? Earlier this month, she even set tongues wagging as she posted about Elias, sharing a post of him shirtless near the beach and writing: ‘Lockdown buddy,’ and adding a love heart

Elias meanwhile, is set to appear on the upcoming and controversial Netflix show, Byron Baes. 

Other cast members include The Bachelorette’s Nathan Favro, Kyle Sandilands’ former assistant-turned-manager Alex Reid and Sarah St James.

The cast of Byron Baes seems to have done little to endear themselves to the Byron community, with locals furious about the production of the show.

Angering locals: The cast of Byron Baes seems to have done little to endear themselves to the Byron community, with locals furious about the production of the show

Angering locals: The cast of Byron Baes seems to have done little to endear themselves to the Byron community, with locals furious about the production of the show

Earlier this year, a handful of Byron locals paddled out into the ocean to protest the show, while others stood by with placards that read ‘give Netflix the flick’ and ‘consult traditional owners’.

Ben Gordon, owner of The Byron Bay General Store, led calls to snub production and asked other local businesses to do the same.

‘They’ve simply turned up unannounced and they are proposing to drag our name through the mud, and make millions of dollars without offering anything back to the community,’ he told Today.

Nick O’Donnell, Netflix’s director of public policy, was even forced to travel to the NSW coastal town ‘for crisis talks with stakeholders’ amid growing backlash.

Backlash: Earlier this year, a handful of Byron locals paddled out into the ocean to protest the show, while others stood by with placards that read 'give Netflix the flick' and 'consult traditional owners'

Backlash: Earlier this year, a handful of Byron locals paddled out into the ocean to protest the show, while others stood by with placards that read ‘give Netflix the flick’ and ‘consult traditional owners’

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