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Lewis Hamilton was joined at his hotel in New York on Monday night by OnlyFans star Janet Guzman following the Met Gala.
According to the Daily Mail, the reigning F1 world champion, 36, returned to his hotel with the model after the annual fundraising gala.
They also report that the American, 27, was escorted into the hotel by a security guard.
A source told SunSport how Guzman was part of a larger group that headed back to the hotel.
It is believed the pair are close friends, and they were having some drinks with a group of other people.
Hamilton donned a lace net skirt over his suave black suit at the swanky event, before changing into a navy jacket with 'L' emblazoned on the back, bright yellow tracksuit bottoms and black shoes for the post-Gala celebrations.
Guzman wore a black sheer garment that highlighted her figure and was pictured in the same outfit when she arrived at the hotel.
Hamilton's attendance at the Met Gala looked to be in jeopardy after a dangerous crash with Max Vertsappen at the Italian Grand Prix just 24 hours earlier.
Hamilton complained of soreness in his neck following his shocking crash on the Monza circuit.
The Mercedes driver had just left the pit lane and re-entered the track but Verstappen flew up on his left hand side.
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The Red Bull driver aimed to squeeze up the inside of Hamilton but did not have the room, and his car bobbled over the curb on the bend.
The wheels of Verstappen's car came together with that of Hamilton's Mercedes.
The clash forced the Dutchman's car up into the air as both vehicles skidded off the track, with the Red Bull car ending up on top of Lewis' head.
Following the race, The Briton gave an update on his condition and his assessment of the crash.
"A little bit stiff. A bit sore of my neck to be honest, because it landed on my head. But I'll be OK,” Hamilton told Sky Sports.
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"I was racing as hard as I could, finally got past Lando, I was in the lead so they pitted me, pit-stop was obviously slow, lost a couple of seconds. Came out, saw that Daniel came past, Max was coming, I made sure I let a car's width on the outside to him.
“I went into Turn 1 and I was ahead, I was ahead going into Turn 2, then all of a sudden he was on top of me."
Asked if Verstappen could have backed out, the F1 seven-time champion added: “Absolutely. Exactly the same scenario that happened in Turn 4, where I went around the outside, I was in exactly the same position, but I gave way. And that's racing."
Stewards deemed the Red Bull driver more responsible for the incident and handed him a three-place grid penalty for next weekend’s Russian Grand Prix.
- Lewis Hamilton
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