Melbourne, July 4 (ANI): Alizee Sery, whose striptease on top of Uluru caused outrage, has revealed that she just wanted to be famous.
The 25-year-old walked to the top of Uluru and put on the impromptu show as a 'tribute' to Aborigines.
"I don't think this has made me famous," the Herald Sun quoted her as telling the Sunday Territorian.
"My story is famous - the French girl who stripped on top of Uluru.
"But I am not famous - Alizee Sery is not famous," she said.
She later added: "About being famous, really, deep down, that'd be good for my ego but fame is an illusion of success. Being happy with myself is more important.
"I actually thought it was a great story.
"I felt like (people commenting) hated me, and wanted me out of the country.
"There was no harm - I danced on top of Uluru, a sacred rock. I am also a spiritual person, I am open-minded, I believe in the power of nature and the elements around me," Sery said. (ANI)