Dele Alli’s model girlfriend Cindy Kimberly shared a slew of sizzling posts amid her boyfriend’s hippie crack scandal.
On Monday, an image surfaced of the former England footballer with a balloon in his mouth surrounded by nitrous oxide bottles.
A photo shared on social media claiming to be in a flat in Salford shows the 26-year-old and several friends sitting around a table laden with giant bottles of nitrous oxide, also known as ‘hippy crack’.
While Alli broke his social media silence with a birthday post for footballer Welinton Souza, his girlfriend opted for a spicier offer.
Kimberly, 24, made her heart beat faster when she modeled a skimpy blue H&M lingerie set and posed on her bed.
Strike a pose: Dele Alli’s model girlfriend Cindy Kimberly shared a slew of sizzling messages amid her boyfriend’s hippie crack scandal
Stripping: While Alli broke his social media silence with a birthday post for footballer Welinton Souza, his girlfriend opted for a spicier offer
On her stories, she went braless while taking selfies in a white camisole, writing, “a girl’s best friend is her bed.”
While Kimberly’s posts would certainly raise the heartbeat, it won’t have raised eyebrows like the snap Alli was in.
The image saw him sitting around a table laden with nitrous oxide and a variety of other party-related items, including £215.00 Clase Azul tequila, Magnum – a tonic wine with 16.5% alcohol from Jamaica – and Siberia ‘extremely strong’ snus, a form of chewing tobacco.
Also visible is a bottle of orange bubbly Lucozade, a can of fizzy drink, a bottle of 7 Up and a pack of Evian water alongside several deflated balloons and a pack of playing cards.
Although possession of nitrous oxide is not currently illegal, Interior Secretary Suella Braverman is seeking new laws to ban it completely except for legitimate use following growing concerns about its health consequences and links to antisocial behavior.
Leveling Up secretary Michael Gove has also been a high-profile critic of the drug, announcing plans to crack down on antisocial behavior and littering from people who use it.
Five tons of laughing gas cylinders were collected after the Notting Hill Carnival last year.
Kensington and Chelsea City Council said the excessive number of metal boxes had made what was already Europe’s largest street cleanup more difficult as they had to be collected separately, as there is a risk they could explode if crushed.
Stunning: On her stories, she went braless while taking selfies in a white camisole, writing, “a girl’s best friend is her bed”
Pictured: Dele Alli is seen with a balloon in his mouth in a photo that circulated on social media. The table is littered with all sorts of other party favors
What’s on the table? From a bottle of Jamaican tonic to £215.00 tequila
Clase Azul tequila – The premium spirit is made from hand-selected agave that has been aged for a minimum of nine years. Each bottle comes in a highly decorated decanter. Cost: £215.
magnum – A tonic wine with 16.5% alcohol from Jamaica. The sweet-flavored drink resembles cough syrup and delivers a hefty dose of caffeine and several vitamins — which the makers claim help boost stamina. Cost: £3.
Siberia ‘extremely strong’ snus: A form of chewing tobacco that is said to be five times stronger than other brands. Cost: £7.
There have also been numerous warnings about the health effects of nitrous oxide, especially given a new trend for oversized containers.
Kerry Donaldson, a receptionist, recently revealed she was paralyzed and required round-the-clock care after repeated binges on balloons damaged her spinal cord.
Hailed as one of England’s most promising footballers, Alli has struggled on the pitch since leaving Tottenham Hotspur in January last year.
He was previously loaned to Everton side Besiktas, but this is expected to be cut short after the midfielder suffered a hip injury.
Alli would have been unable to play for the Toffees this season anyway as he was not registered in their Premier League squad, but released footage may be cause for concern for fans hoping to see him back in action sooner rather than later.
He has not appeared on the field since the end of February against Antalyaspor.
Alli is not the first footballer to have been spotted inhaling nitrous oxide.
Last month, Manchester United player Brandon Williams was seen inhaling on a balloon near the club’s training ground.
The 22-year-old full-back, who has failed to break into the club’s first team this season, was filmed appearing to inhale the laughing gas as a passenger in a moving Mercedes Brabus supercar.
What is laughing gas and is it illegal?
Nitrous oxide has been nicknamed “laughing gas” because of the euphoric and relaxed feeling that people who inhale it can sometimes feel.
The substance – also known as ‘hippy crack’ – is normally purchased in pressurized jerry cans, usually transferred into a container, such as a balloon, from which the gas is inhaled.
While possessing nitrous oxide is not illegal, you can be prosecuted for providing it to people seeking to exploit its psychoactive effects.
Interior Secretary Suella Braverman is trying to ban the recreational use of nitrous oxide, possibly putting it in the same category as cannabis.
In the video published by The Sun, he appears to be passing a bus from the high to a rear passenger in the car as he is filmed from another vehicle.
Earlier this month, Cardiff City striker Connor Wickham was also seen inhaling from a balloon, while in 2013 England star Kyle Walker issued a fawning apology after being caught using the drug at a Sheffield nightclub.
Dele Alli, who was knocked out 37 times by England, will assess his future in the summer once he has overcome his current injury. His contract with Everton has one year left and runs until June 2024.
The former Tottenham Hotspur favorite is struggling in Turkey, appearing in 13 games and scoring two goals in the league.
There were reports that Besiktas manager Senol Gunes was frustrated with Alli’s application.
Other snippets of misinformation appear to have crept out of the Süper Lig club, with Gunes previously claiming Alli was no longer able to train.
That came despite the player being allowed to attend a doctor’s appointment on that day.
Asked about Alli, who was previously named PFA Young Player of the Year in back-to-back seasons in 2015-16 and 2016-17, Everton boss Sean Dyche confirmed the player had flown home due to his injury.
The England international has proved popular off the field in recent times, most recently meeting Kim Kardashian and her son Saint last month.
Alli’s career peaked in 2018, when he was taken into the 2018 World Cup as a key player for Tottenham, scoring in a quarter-final against Sweden to help England reach the last four – their joint best performance at the tournament since 1966.
However, a hamstring injury suffered against Fulham at Craven Cottage in 2019 looked to seriously hamper his long-term game and he gradually fell out of favor at international level and also at Spurs under Jose Mourinho and then Antonio Conte.
Although he was given a free transfer to Everton last season, he failed to regain his spark at Goodison Park under Frank Lampard before moving to Turkey on loan.
It has resulted in much speculation over whether Alli can return to his best form as he is out of favor at Everton.
However, his former MK Dons boss Karl Robinson claims Alli is misunderstood and can restore his former game.
Robinson managed Alli before sealing a £5 million dream move to Tottenham Hotspur in 2015.
Sportster: Alli has been hailed as one of England’s most promising footballers but has struggled on the pitch since leaving Tottenham in January last year (pictured with Cindy)
Robinson, 42, said: ‘He probably made a lot of mistakes on and off the field at the start of his career, but on the field that one moment of magic made headlines.’
The 42-year-old former Oxford United boss said: “If you look at the data, he’s one of the hardest-working players who’s covered the most distance. I think his personality looks light-hearted at times. He can look difficult, but he always was.
“I remember sometimes pressing him against the wall. I remember once he was dragged into a dressing room by a senior player because he had a smirk on his face – I lost it with him and a senior player lost it with him too.’
As the negativity writhes on top of him – has he done things off the pitch that have propped him up on the pitch? I would have to say no in stages.