Premier League ace flouts lockdown rules by 'romping with model' at Paris party

Posted Saturday, May 16, 2020 by

Several Premier League stars have been caught flouting lockdown rules to party during the coronavirus pandemic, but one player has even reportedly fled the country to meet with models in Paris

One Premier League star reportedly broke lockdown rules to fly to Paris with friends for a sex party with models.

According to the Sun, the unnamed player hired a restaurant near the iconic Champs Elysees, where he, his friends and the models enjoyed tequila shots and cocktails served by personally hired waiters.

The party continued at a swanky apartment just a short walk away, continuing to clearly breach the French government’s strict lockdown rules.

It is claimed that the player had sex with one of the girls at the party, with a total of around 15 people believed to be in attendance.

Premier League ace flouts lockdown rules by 'romping with model' at Paris party
The player is said to have partied near the Champs-Elysees in Paris, France with models and pals

The Sun claims that taxis were sent to pick up the women initially, and bring them to the restaurant.

In yet another twist to the tale, a drug dealer reportedly visited the flat, but it is not known if the footballer took drugs.

A witness told the Sun: “They were whisked to the restaurant, which he had hired privately complete with waiters — strictly against French government lockdown rules.

Premier League ace flouts lockdown rules by 'romping with model' at Paris party
The player took a private jet to Paris, breaching rules in the UK and France

"There were about 15 guests. They were served tequila and Jack Daniel’s and it was all very raucous.

"Most of the group then went to a hired apartment where the party continued and things got out of control.”

The player is now back in the UK training with his club as ‘Project Restart’ targets a return to Premier League action.

The Parisian restaurant has been closed officially, though a sign on the front door continued to advertise takeaway deliveries, and there were no indications that such a gathering took place inside.

The player is one of a number who has flouted government guidelines to party since the lockdown was put in place.

Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish was one of the first, along with Manchester City defender Kyle Walker.

Everton striker Moise Kean was also filmed partying, while Morgan Gibbs-White most recently traveled to London for a gathering last week.

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