Jamie Jah’s incredible racing comeback could be in doubt, with Racing Victoria stewards set to watch controversial footage and footage that emerged of the star jockey appearing to cut a mysterious white powder.
Just a day after Kah made a statement about resuming her racing career, scathing photos began circulating the racing industry via WhatsApp.
Kah was sedated and hospitalized in critical condition after a quick fall during Super Saturday at Flemington in March.
News Corp. has reported that the images depict Kah in the company of her close friend and roommate, Jacob Biddell, a renowned greyhound trainer.
Dressed in a gray robe, Kah is shown with manicured white nails, her hand on her cheek as she and Biddell throw a smile at the camera.
Kah’s statement on social media after the images began appearing online on Friday
Kah can be seen sitting at a table with friends, wearing the same clothes and manicure shown in the picture below
A hand allegedly belonging to Kah is seen cutting through the white powder, while a vape, cigarettes and a lighter are also on the table
A third person, a young woman, can be seen flashing peace signs with her hands, while a gray plate containing an unidentified substance sits on a marble kitchen table.
In another photo, Kah’s hand, adorned with the same manicured nails and wearing the gray sweater, is captured using a plastic card to distribute a mound of white powder on the plate seen in the first image.
Accompanying video footage has now surfaced further corroborating the claims.
In addition, in the vicinity of the board on the same marble kitchen surface, a bag of white powder and a vape device can be observed.
Daily Mail Australia does not suggest that any illegal activity has taken place.
Kah is on his way to a comeback after a terrible fall in March that left the jockey champ hospitalized with a brain haemorrhage
However, the emergence of these controversial images has cast a shadow over Kah’s long-awaited return to horse racing following a harrowing accident that led to hospitalization for a brain hemorrhage and amnesia. .
Kah expressed disappointment that News Corp published the story and remained focused on her return from injury.
“I am determined to focus on my health and recovery after my race fall in March which left me with a serious brain injury and three weeks in hospital,” she wrote.
“I’m working hard to get back to what I love, which is being a passionate and successful jockey.”
“I will continue to focus on my physical and mental health and make a full recovery so that I can race again and be the best person I can be.
“I will not comment further.”
Despite being out since March, Kay remains at the top of the women’s jockey standings, that’s how dominant she is
Kah wants to focus on her rehabilitation and training to return to racing, but the incident will be investigated by Racing Victoria stewards
That said Racing Victoria chief steward Robert Cram The age they had seen the footage.
“We are aware of the photos and we are investigating,” he said.
Despite a three-month absence from racing, Kah maintains her dominance of the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership with a commanding seven-win lead, amassing a remarkable 59 wins for the season.
She recently obtained her limited license to resume rail work.
“I can ride as much as I want at the moment, but I’m just trying to take care of myself at the moment. If I’m tired, don’t go to work,” Kah said. Seven.
“I have one more balance neuro test to do… and when I test that I can jump and race. Hopefully that’s only a few weeks away.
“Right now I’m just happy to be back on a horse.”