Police separate Nick Kyrgios, girlfriend amid quarantine row

Nick Kyrgios and his girlfriend, Chiara Passari, were reportedly moved into different rooms in hotel quarantine by SA Police after an argument. Picture: Instagram
Nick Kyrgios and his girlfriend, Chiara Passari, were reportedly moved into different rooms in hotel quarantine by SA Police after an argument. Picture: Instagram

Nick Kyrgios and his partner, Chiara Passari, have reportedly been separated by police while in hotel quarantine in South Australia.

After several months together overseas as Kyrgios travelled for tennis, as well as some time in the Bahamas, the pair recently returned to Australia, where they are completing hotel quarantine.

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The pair's relationship has been turbulent at the best of times, with Passari previously hinting at infidelity on social media prior to the Australian Open earlier this year.

Those accusations came up again on Friday, with Passari posting an image on Instagram which she claimed to be of Kyrgios asleep in bed with another woman.

Passari also posted a variety of screenshots detailing private conversations with the tennis star, including messages from Kyrgios for her collect her things from his house.

Their time in hotel quarantine appears to have taken a turn for the worse, with Channel 7 reporting the pair will stay in different rooms for the remainder of their quarantine after an argument on Thursday.

South Australia Police confirmed two travellers had been separated after a verbal altercation, but said there would be no charges or investigation of any kind.

“In the afternoon of Thursday 7 October 2021, police were alerted to a verbal argument between two occupants within a Medi-hotel,” SA Police said in a statement.

“An investigation was conducted, no offences were disclosed and both parties will now spend the remainder of their quarantine in separate rooms.”

The pair have appeared to share an on-and-off again type of relationship after numerous cryptic messages on Instagram.

However, Passari sent a pretty strong message on Instagram when asked by a fan what happened back in February at Melbourne nightclub OneSixOne.

Passari answered with a photo of Kyrgios topless in bed, with a woman's hand over him.

"That girl naked in bed with him isn't me by the way...Hope that clears it up," she wrote.

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Kyrgios and Passari started dating in July, 2020.

Before the 2021 Australian Open kicked off, Passari posted: “Cheaters always want you to be loyal while they’re being unfaithful."

Kyrgios then further fuelled the rumour mill when he appeared to delete a number of photos of Passari from his own Instagram page.

But Passari was then spotted in the stands at the Australian Open and court side as he practiced.

Passari wasn't in attendance for his opening two matches, and the World No.47 was clearly missing her.

“Miss u Chizzel,” he wrote on a court side camera lens after his opening round victory.

The Australian star also referenced Passari in his post-match press conference after losing in the third round.

“At the end of the day I know it's just a tennis match. I mean obviously I'm going to get angry as I'm playing. I'm a competitor, I want to win," he said.

“But I don't beat myself up over losses. I'm extremely lucky to even be in my position.

“I’m healthy, I've got great friends, great family. I've got an amazing girlfriend back home."

But in a fresh twist, Passari then seemingly alluded to more trouble in paradise.

Posting a photo of herself laughing while watching Kyrgios from the stands at the Australian Open, Passari wrote: "Laughing at myself for believing a..."

She also reportedly asked her followers if anyone had attended Melbourne nightclub OneSixOne in the past three weeks (at the time), where Kyrgios posted a photo from.

Passari also deleted her Valentine's Day message to Kyrgios.

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