Wayne Rooney hit the city with his mates in Delilah, in Los Angeles on Friday, shortly after his drunken airport arrest.
The footballer could lose £ 6 million a year in sponsorship contracts as a result of his arrest for public drunkenness at Washington's Dulles International Airport.
Yet the troubled scorer, 33, put the last scandals out of his head while he was partying all night while he was away from Coleen, 32.
He is scored: Wayne Rooney enjoyed a wild night in Los Angeles after that angry airport arrest amid allegations that he could suffer £ 6 million in sponsorship agreements
Wayne looked sharp in a blue blazer that refurbished his baseball cap and jeans when he enjoyed a night of free parenting.
Meanwhile, Coleen stayed home with their offspring: two-year Kai, nine year old Klay, five year old Kit and one year old Cass.
It comes after Wayne's bosses at DC United reportedly took him to a meeting to explain his arrest on 16 December for public drunkenness.
The arrest of footballer Wayne at Washington's Dulles International Airport has also reportedly led to fears that he has jeopardized as many as £ 6 million a year in sponsorship contracts while detesting the consequences of his latest scandal.
Bad news: the footballer could lose £ 6 million a year in sponsorship contracts as a result of his arrest for public intoxication at Washington's Dulles International Airport
Do not think about it: yet the troubled scorer, 33, put the last scandals out of his head while he celebrated all night while he was away from Coleen.
It has been said that millions are at stake in his various lucrative endorsement deals, adding to the sportsman's already well-worn pockets.
He has entered into agreements with Nike, which is assumed to pay £ 1 million per year for up to five years; a £ 5 million deal with five books with HarperCollins and contracts for indefinite amounts with marketing agency Octagon and Mayfair Home Furniture.
In addition, he signed a neat £ 10 million deal with DC United, which lasted three and a half years – but his cash flow risked a dip after his recent arrest.
A source told The Sun that MLS & # 39; disappointed & # 39; is and adds: "Both Wayne and Coleen know that advertisers run away when there are question marks about their behavior. Image is so important in the US. & # 39;
Scandal: Wayne, who currently serves a two-year drink-driving ban in the UK, had been on a short trip to Saudi Arabia before the latest drama took place
Way out: Wayne and her male companion hit the city because they spent some quality time together with the hottest celebrity ghosts
Sources also told the newspaper that Coleen is worried about how it will be for Wayne if he eventually retires as a full-time footballer.
"Coleen can not help but worry about how Wayne will fill his time," said the source. "He is a nice lad, but a responsibility if he has something to drink. She is always angry when he does something very public that humiliates her and the family.
She knows she is just as condemned as he is. It is something that she can not change and it drives her crazy. & # 39;
Wayne, who currently has a ban on two years of alcoholic drinks in the UK, had been on a short trip to Saudi Arabia before the final drama took place.
He has style: Wayne looked sharp in a blue blazer that made his baseball cap and jeans prettier when he had a night off of parenting tasks
He was arrested by the Washington police, Cpl. YES. Spina and accused of public intoxication and released on a personal confession – and legal proceedings were booked for January 24.
But they were dropped when the striker, who earns $ 2.78 million (£ 2.18 million) a year, paid a $ 25 (£ 19.65) fine with his credit card after he was released.
"He accepted his debt and that was one of the conditions for his release", said a source.
He agreed to pay the fine before he had to appear before the court on January 24 and paid the fine in an online payment, which was announced.
Claims: The bosses of the footballers at DC United reportedly took him to a meeting to explain his arrest on 16 December for public drunkenness
According to the law of virgin, profane curses and drunkenness in public & # 39; seen as a & # 39; class four offense & # 39; – a minor crime, punishable in DC with a fine of up to $ 250 (£ 196).
As he flew back to Washington he took sleeping pills and consumed alcohol, his spokesman said, making him disoriented & # 39; was on arrival.
During the flight, Wayne took a prescribed amount of sleeping pills mixed with alcohol and was therefore disoriented on arrival, the spokesman said.
& # 39; He was approached by the police who arrested him with a minor offense. He received a legal automatic fine and was released at the airport shortly thereafter. The case is now at an end.
Wayne would like to express his appreciation for the way he was treated by everyone involved. & # 39;
The Dropout: Wayne's arrest at Washington's Dulles International Airport has also reportedly led to fears that he has pounced £ 6 million a year in sponsorship deals
It was revealed Wednesday that Coleen supported her family in the UK & # 39; terribly & # 39; missing because she recovers from a & # 39; test time & # 39; after Wayne & # 39; s arrest.
A source told MailOnline that while the WAG is happy to support her husband, she finds it difficult to be separated from her family while caring for her children.
They said: & # 39; They (the family) are happy alongside that Coleen misses her family terribly, as any mother would do with four young children if they were used to that level of support.
Coleen is known for her close bond with her family, including mother Colette, who lived in the UK on the road of the family, which means she was there to help.
The devoted mother Coleen has said she does not want to hire any nannies to help the boys. The source adds: "Coleen has always delivered the boys without outside help and is proud and happy to keep it in the family. & # 39;
In response to the effect of Wayne's arrest on the family, the source said: "It is clear that the recent situation was testing a bit, as it would be for each family, but Coleen left it pretty quickly. & # 39;
Family fun: in the meantime Coleen stayed home with their offspring: the two-year-old Kai, the nine-year-old Klay, the five-year-old Kit and the one-year-old Cass