Stripper turned Covid-19 conspiracy theorist Eve Black moves into a convent to live with nuns to ‘get closer to God’ after footage of her breaking a lockdown blockade went viral
- Eve Black filmed herself driving through a police blockade in Melbourne in July
- She was arrested while again refusing to give police her details at a checkpoint
- Days later, she was exposed as a stripper who has performed at swingers parties
- She has now revealed she’s living in a convent with nuns to ‘get closer with god’
Stripper turned Covid-19 conspiracy theorist Eve Black has revealed she has moved into a convent with nuns to get ‘closer to God’.
The 28-year-old became a national disgrace after performing the stunt and uploading the video to Facebook, where she was largely slammed.
She was dramatically arrested days later in Carlton by police who were allegedly forced to smash in her car window.
Following her arrest, Black was exposed as a topless waitress and stripper who has performed at swingers parties in Melbourne.
Now the Covid denier claims she is on a path to religious enlightenment and is living with nuns to build her relationship with God.
Eve Black (pictured) caused national outrage after filming herself drive through a lockdown blockade in Melbourne in July
Documenting her new journey, Black has shared a series of posts on Instagram of her time inside the nunnery, where she is ‘relearning womanhood’.
‘I have been staying in an orthodox convent. It’s super serene … I am feeling very serene,’ she wrote online.
‘I wanted to spend some time being closer to God and be away from the world and spend some time with some wonderful sisters. Nuns are way cool actually.’
A picture posted on Wednesday shows Black wearing a long, baggy pink dress, shawl and a cross around her neck.
‘Things that once felt modest no longer do. I’m not saying I’ll never wear anything form fitting ever again,’ she wrote.
‘But since my stay in the convent, I’m definitely feeling like I want to continue honouring God by not accentuating my curves so much.’
Black gloated in last year’s Facebook video about making it through a Melbourne Covid-19 roadblock without telling officers where she was going.
Eve Black, real name Eugenia Limberiou, was once a popular stripper
Black has been documenting her new religious journey online (pictured), revealing she is living with nuns ‘to get closer with God
After that video went viral, the 28-year-old tried the same trick again in the inner-city suburb of Carlton but was far less successful, leading to her arrest.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews lashed out at the Black at the time, declaring the COVID restrictions were not about human rights.
‘This is about human life’, he said.
Black is faces fines up to $10,000 after being charged with several offences, including failing to provide her name and address and breaches of directives from the chief health officer.
She is due to appear at the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court next month.