Premier League star broke lockdown rules to jet to Paris for sex party where he romped with model in lift – The Sun

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A PREMIER League footballer breached lockdown rules in two countries by flying out of the UK to host a sex party in Paris.

The multi-millionaire took a private jet to the French capital — where he hired a restaurant and invited models to join him and friends for shots and cocktails.

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The party then continued at a posh apartment nearby, where it is claimed the player had sex with at least one girl.

Witnesses said the Premier League player and friends were in a group of around 15 people who gathered at a swanky restaurant near the Champs Elysées.

Staff were on hand to serve tequila shots and cocktails.

The party — in clear breach of France’s strict lockdown rules — then continued at a hired apartment nearby.

It was suggested that a drug dealer visited the flat but it was not known whether the player, who was a star signing for his club, took drugs.

However, he was seen cavorting in a lift with one of the girls.

'VERY RAUCOUS'

The multi-millionaire player — who cannot be named for legal reasons — was also said to have had sex with at least one of them.

He had sent taxis to pick up the women and bring them to the restaurant.

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

“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 international footballer broke UK lockdown rules when he flew out to France by private jet last weekend.

He is now back training with his club in England preparing for the Premier League’s return.

The claims will dismay the star’s club — who have battled to help fans cope with difficulties from self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic.

Tonight the restaurant in Paris was officially closed — in line with lockdown rules.

There was no indication of the gathering that had taken place.

A sign on its front door was advertising takeaway deliveries.

FACING INVESTIGATION

The flat where the party took place is a short walk from the well-heeled venue, just off the Champs Elysées and tourist hot-spot the Arc de Triomphe.

There is a fast food restaurant on the ground floor, and six other businesses in the building, plus three rental flats on the top floor.

The player could now face an investigation in France for flouting the rules.

He is the latest in a long list of Premier League stars who have broken lockdown rules.

They include Manchester City defender Kyle Walker and Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish.

Flout and about

THE mystery Prem star isn’t the only footballer to break lockdown rules — Man City’s Kyle Walker did so three times in 24 hours.

He left Cheshire to visit his sister and parents in Sheffield, before cycling near a second pad he is renting.

Last month Walker hosted a party with two call girls.

Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish crashed a car following a 4am party — and after he’d urged fans to stay indoors.

Spurs boss Jose Mourinho was seen training with midfielder Tanguy Ndombele in a London park.

And fellow Tottenham player Serge Aurier was also blasted after sharing a video of him training with teammate Moussa Sissoko.

Others on the list of shame include Arsenal’s Nicolas Pepe, who was filmed playing football with friends.

His team-mates Granit Xhaka and David Luiz met at a North London park, while striker Alexandre Lacazette was snapped talking to a car valeter.

Everton’s Oumar Niasse was labelled “a disgrace” after he was caught driving with pals in late March.


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