NICK KYRGIOS' girlfriend posted a picture claiming the tennis star was in bed with another 'naked woman' as their quarantine together turned sour.
The tennis star, 26, and Chiara Passari returned to Australia this week and went into hotel isolation together.
But during their lockdown, they got into a heated argument and police were called to split them into separate rooms.
According to the Daily Mail, the row started when Passari seemingly exposed her on-off boyfriend during an Instagram Q&A.
The model, who has 52,000 followers, was asked by a fan: 'What happened that fateful night at 161 nightclub?'
The question referenced allegations Kyrgios partied late into the night after an evening at Melbourne club OneSixOne back in February following the Australian Open.
Sharing the image of the former world No13 tennis ace sleeping and someone beside him, Passari wrote: "That girl naked in bed with him isn't me by the way… Hope that clears it up."
South Australia police confirmed they were called to an incident at an Adelaide hotel on Thursday.
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A statement said: "In the afternoon of Thursday 7 October 2021, police were alerted to a verbal argument between two occupants within a Medi-hotel.
“An investigation was conducted, no offences were disclosed and both parties will now spend the remainder of their quarantine in separate rooms.”
But despite being placed in different rooms until the end of next week, that did not stop the bitter feud from going public.
Passari posted a series of apparent screenshots from her text conversation with Kyrgios, which suggested there was further conflict.
The former Wimbledon quarter-finalist appeared to call Passari 'toxic' and is thought to have referenced suicide.
He replied to Passari's questioning over his actions at a strip club: "Here we go, 2 years ago. Don’t neck yourself tonight x."
Passari responded: “What the f***."
Kyrgios said: “Yeah not a war you wanna get in with words mate. Shut your mouth and leave me alone."
Passari added: “You’re telling me to go kill myself. It’s a joke to you?”
Later, it appeared they will no longer be living together – despite spending months travelling together for Kyrgios' tennis.
He told her: "Can you get your stuff out my house?" and suggested he wants a shared laptop back.
She said: "I’m not sure what is wrong with you. It’s scary. It’s like your ears are blocked to anything other than your own thoughts."
The pair have endured a rocky relationship since they first started dating in July 2020 – three months after Kyrgios split from fellow tennis ace Anna Kalinskaya.
They unfollowed each other earlier in the year and deleted loved-up couple posts from both of their profiles.
Passari also shared a number of quotes hinting at unfaithfulness – although it is not certain they were direct references to Kyrgios.
One said: "Life has a funny way of working itself out. Let what's meant to be, be and what's meant to leave, leave."
Another added: "Boundaries… They're a funny thing."
And in February, two weeks before the alleged cheating after the night at OneSixOne, she wrote: "Cheaters always want you to be loyal while they're being unfaithful."
On the court, Kyrgios reached the third round at the Australian Open and Wimbledon.
But since beating Kevin Anderson in the first round in Atlanta in July, he has lost his last five singles matches – including at the US Open.
In that time, he has won just one set and seen his ranking plummet to No97.
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