Aussie stripper alleges 'wild threesome' with Mel B and husband

An Australian stripper has spoken to media about an alleged threesome she had with Spice Girl Mel B and her estranged husband, whom she has recently won a restraining order against.

Last week, the America's Got Talent judge filed court papers that claimed husband Stephen Belafonte, real name is Stephen Stansbury, has subjected her to domestic violence and emotional abuse.

English socialite Lady Victoria Hervey then told media she had a threesome with the married couple in 2007, adding that she felt "terribly" for Mel B, who wasn't "strong enough" to leave Belafonte.

"No woman should suffer like she has," said Hervey.

Now, 32-year-old Australian stripper Siara Dianda has also alleged a sexual encounter with the couple, but has a very different take on their relationship.

She claims to have bedded the pair in 2010 after catching their eye at a Kings Cross strip club.

"My adrenaline was through the roof. I used to be a Spice Girls fan, so the whole night was surreal," Dianda says.

"It was fun but I haven't had a threesome since because it was very in-your-face."

Dianda also states that Belafonte was "really nice and respectful" and that Mel B "didn't seem to mind".

"I got the impression that it is Mel that wears the pants and is the boss in the relationship," she says.

Mel B, formerly known as Scary Spice, has filed for divorce from Belafonte.

He denies the allegations of abuse and has asked for spousal support along with joint legal and physical custody of their five-year-old daughter Madison.

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