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Jack Grealish, 116 bottles of champagne and a Las Vegas scandal

Jack Grealish, 116 bottles of champagne and a Las Vegas scandal

Jack Grealish, the Manchester City midfielder who recently celebrated his team’s Premier League win at the Beach Club in Ibiza, was spotted at a pool party in Las Vegas with friends and a young brunette, who was not his girlfriend Sasha Attwood.

Pictures have surfaced of Grealish‘s party in ‘Sin City’, in which you can see the player with several cans of beer hidden in his swimming trunks.

During the pool party, Grealish and his eight friends were seen drinking four jeroboam-sized bottles (equivalent to two magnums) of Rock Angel Rose, valued at 3,567 euros each.

After the party, a member of the security team asked a group of bikini-clad girls in the pool for their phones and, according to The Sun, they went to Grealish and his friends’ rooms at the Encore on the Las Vegas Strip minutes later.

Grealish is so attractive that a group of attractive young women in bikinis were milling around in the hope of meeting their idol, they soon made their way to the suites,” a witness told the British tabloid.

Grealish, who enjoyed a 92,993 euro VIP package in Las Vegas which entitled him to 116 bottles of champagne in a private room, was spotted in the Las Vegas nightclub Zouk accompanied by a young brunette.

Declan Rice, another Premier League star partying in Las Vegas

Declan Rice, West Ham United‘s England international, followed in Grealish‘s footsteps and also decided to live it up in Las Vegas.

Rice, who has been dating Lauren Fryer for six years, was photographed in the company of a number of young women during his jaunts around ‘Sin City’.

Declan looked like he was in heaven, but behaved like a gentleman,” a witness told The Sun.

Source: Marca

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