Tennis star Nick Kyrgios and his on-again-off-again girlfriend Chiara Passari might be off for good after an incident involving police on Thursday.
South Australia police responded to a call about a “verbal argument” at the couple’s medi-hotel in Adelaide, a police spokesperson told the DailyMail.
The incident reportedly occurred after Passari accused Kyrgios of cheating on her. She shared a photo to Instagram that appeared to show him in bed with a “naked girl.”
Passari, whose Instagram is now private, captioned the photo, “That girl naked in bed with him isn’t me by the way. Hope that clears it up.”
Passari was seemingly prompted to share the photo when she did an Instagram Q&A with fans and was asked, “What happened that fateful night at 161 nightclub?”
The fan question derived from a situation in February, when Kyrgios allegedly partied at nightclub OneSixOne in Melbourne until the early hours of the morning following the Australian Open.
In text exchanges on Thursday, published by News.com.au, Kyrgios and Passari continued a furious back-and-forth after police had arrived. According to the messages, also shared on Instagram Stories by Passari, the pair agreed to no longer live together.
The severity of the argument is unclear, but police said that “an investigation was conducted, no offenses were disclosed.”
The tennis player and model returned to Australia this week, and retreated to the hotel to isolate together.
According to police, Kyrgios and Passari will “now spend the remainder of their quarantine in separate rooms.”
Kyrgios and Passari, who began dating in July 2020, have been the subject of breakup rumors on a number of occasions prior to the incident.