A travel blogger charged with the double murder of a baker and his daughter in regional Queensland has a wild romantic past and was in a bizarre love triangle.
A video obtained by Daily Mail Australia shows Kristen Olsen and one of her romantic interests being detained by police in a wild scenes where she screams and cries on the street.
It can also be revealed that, in a strange coincidence, Olsen’s sister runs Acacia Nails & Beauty in the building next door to the bakery on Biggenden’s main street owned by Todd Mooney, 54.
Mr Mooney was allegedly killed alongside his daughter Kirra, 10, five days before Christmas.
Olsen’s sister Sam, who runs the business on Edward Street, Biggenden, changed her name on Facebook to Sam Moody on Wednesday after her younger sister was charged with the alleged double murder.
Kristen Olsen, who is also an OnlyFans creator and self-proclaimed gypsy, has been remanded in custody since appearing in Maroochydore Local Court.
The travel blogger accused of the double murder of Biggenden baker and his daughter Kirra, 10, has a wild romantic past including a love triangle with a Maryborough couple
The Acacia Nail salon is next door to the Biggenden bakery which was operated by Todd Mooney, who died in the shed fire on December 20 on his property several kilometres out of the town
A Maryborough woman shared an expletive-laden video of Kristen Olsen and a man being arrested by police in 2021 after a domestic violence incident.
The woman said after she discovered her former partner had been in a sexual relationship with Ms Olsen, the younger woman had sent her several messages.
In the video, Olsen is seen screaming and crying as she is piled into a police car and the man is placed into a police wagon.
The man was charged, while Olsen was released without charge.
The man, who is a convicted drug taker with a history of ice addiction, has since lost contact with Ms Olsen.
Kristen Olsen has a minor conviction in Queensland for low range drink driving, for which she pleaded guilty in Cairns Magistrates Court in May last year.
She was fined $500 and disqualified from driving for one month.
Todd Mooney, above, died in a fire alongside his daughter Kirra, 10, just before Christmas
Queensland Police allege Kristen Olsen deliberately lit the fire that destroyed the large shed on the Mooney family’s property (above) 3.4 km outside Biggenden on December 20
Earlier in the week, it was revealed the police investigation into the alleged murders of Todd and Kirra Mooney was now focusing on a white van that was seen in the area on the same day as the blaze.
Todd and Kirra Mooney were found dead inside a burned-down shed at their property in Biggenden on December 20 at about 12.20pm.
Kristen Olsen was charged with two counts of murder and four counts of arson relating to the Biggenden incident and another alleged fire in Maryborough.
Queensland Police released an image of a white Holden Barina wagon that has a distinctive solar panel on its roof as it ramped up its investigation.
The body of 10-year-old Kirra Mooney was found in the blackened remains of the shed
Kristen Olsen, 24, (pictured) was charged with two counts of murder and one count of arson over the deaths of Todd Mooney, 54, and Kirra Mooney, 10, on Friday
‘Investigators appeal to anyone who may have seen the vehicle between 10am and 2pm on December 20 between Biggenden and Bam Bam Springs to come forward,’ a spokesperson said.
Queensland Police Detective Chief Inspector Gary Pettiford confirmed a week ago that Olsen was the only person of interest ‘at this stage’ of the investigation.
He said while she didn’t have any known links to the Mooney family, she had attended school in Biggenden, located in Queensland’s North Burnett Region.
Mr Mooney, who owned a bakery in town, had been planning to wed his long-time partner Bec Hansen at the property the same week he died.
Todd Mooney, 54, and his daughter Kirra Mooney, 10, (pictured is Todd and Kirra as a baby) were found dead inside a burned down shed at their property in Biggenden, in south-east Queensland on December 20 at about 12.20pm
Queensland Police on Monday night released an image of a white Holden Barina wagon that was seen driving in the area on the same day as the fire
Ms Hansen had been working at the bakery on the day the fire began.
Olsen is understood to have made the 15-hour drive down the coast from Cairns to the town of Biggenden in December.
On November 24, she told followers she was ‘back, bigger and better than ever’ and thanked them for their support over the years in a lengthy Facebook post.
She shared a link to her OnlyFans page ‘SlipperyGypsy.69’ for people who wanted to see ‘where my feet take me and what they are continuously teaching me’.
‘These two foot falcons have led me to the heart of Far North Queensland … a town surrounded by jungle … where I am able to be myself,’ she wrote in the post.
‘For those who don’t know, I stand for the land; our ultimate sustainable life force.
‘Over the years my bare feet have led me to different places, exploring new ventures and commemorating the origins of Australia’s vast lands and communities.’
On the homepage of her adults-only subscription site, Olsen said she is a ‘small town barefoot gypsy, exploring the many pleasures in life’.
Detective Chief Inspector Gary Pettiford confirmed a week ago that Olsen was the only person of interest ‘at this stage’ of the investigation