Startling pictures have emerged showing Usain Bolt kissing a second woman in a Rio nightclub just hours before he spent the night with a 20-year-old student who today shared WhatsApp images of them in bed.
The Jamaican Olympic star - who has a long-term girlfriend - arrived in the early hours of Sunday morning at a club in the Barra de Tijuca suburb of Rio where he racked up a £ 1,000 bar bill which he paid for himself.
The sprinter was celebrating his 30th birthday in style after claiming an historic ninth gold medal and was pictured with the mystery brunette in the VIP area at the venue.
On the same night a video posted to Twitter showed him twerking enthusiastically with another girl during his evening out.
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It comes after it emerged that a girl who he apparently spent the night with is the widow of one of Rio's most dangerous drug lords.
Jady Duarte, 20, had two children with Douglas Donato Pereira, known by his chilling nickname Dina Terror, who commanded the narcotics trade in the Faz Quem Quer shantytown in the north of Rio.
The kingpin, known for being 'violent and bloodthirsty' and wanted for at least 10 violent crimes, was shot dead by a elite police troops in March this year.
Duarte's night with the world's most famous athlete was revealed when she posted WhatsApp pictures that appear to show her kissing and cuddling Bolt, who has a long-term girlfriend.
In one of the photos - which first appeared on several Brazilian websites including Globo after Duarte shared them with friends - Bolt seems to give Duarte a kiss on the cheek while she looks into the camera.
The Jamaican sprinter, who turned 30 on Sunday, was also pictured partying until the early hours of Sunday morning at All In, a club in the Barra de Tijuca suburb of Rio.
Duarte described herself as a student, but is also the widow of Pereira, 'Dina Terror'.
According to police, Pereira was responsible for torturing and murdering a teenage girl from the slum in September 2014.
Video of traffickers torturing Rayssa de Carvalho, 18, before her death was posted on social networking sites.
He was also wanted for the death of another teenager just because her boyfriend had joined another gang.
Raiana Dantas de Jesus, 19, was killed with 20 bullets after her boyfriend Leonardo da Costa left to join gangsters in the Mare favela, taking drugs and weapons with him.
She too was tortured before she was murdered.
Before his death, Pereira posted pictures of himself on his Facebook page posing with guns and bragging how he was the 'terror of policemen'. He also called himself the Lord of War.
Police tracked him down to a house in the favela, where he opened fire with a powerful Glock 9mm pistol, but was killed in the shoot out.
Following his death, Jady posted photos with the gangster on her Facebook page. One read: 'In eternity, I will be with my love the way I always wanted, because in heaven all the time is time to be happy.
"God will take you in, it's my hope that in eternity I will see you."
DailyMail.com has reached out to Bolt's agents for comment.
It was a wild end to the sprinter's third and apparently final Olympics where he won another three gold medals, cementing his legacy as one of the greatest sprinters of all time.
In typical fashion, the flamboyant runner took to the stage at the De Bracos Albertas club - delighting clubbers and fans in the process.
Bolt, who has a girlfriend of two years at home in Jamaica who he calls his "First Lady", also attracted the attention of Duarte, who shared photos of herself in bed with the superstar on WhatsApp early Sunday morning.
The intimate photos show the star curled with the student at 7am local time.
Speaking to local newspaper Extra, Duarte said that the impact of the pictures had left her mortified.
She explains: "It's very negative. I never wanted to be famous, I'm dying of shame."
Duarte did not reveal what happened next - other than to say: "It was not a big deal. It was normal.
"I'd rather not talk about it - in order not to complicate matters.
"Like I said, it was normal."
Local newspaper Extra also said she claimed to have no idea who Bolt was.
Duarte says she was at the club All In in Barra in the West Zone of Rio, with friends when "Bolt spotted her".
She said: "He sent a security guard to call me over. We spoke quickly.
"But at that moment I didn't know it was him, because there were many Jamaicans who looked similar."
Duarte wasn't the only woman to catch Bolt's eye on Saturday night - a video posted to Twitter showed him twerking enthusiastically with another local girl during his evening out.
He sang and danced just hours after earning three Olympic gold medals. Bolt thus completed a triple triple, as he also won the 100 meters, the 200 meters and the 4x100-meter relay in 2008 in Beijing and 2012 in London.
Meanwhile his sister had just revealed that Bolt had a long-term girlfriend - 26-year-old Kasi Bennett.
Bolt and Bennett have been dating for more than two years and were likely to get engaged soon, according to Christine Bolt-Hylton.
But Bennett shared a cryptic tweet on Sunday. Someone commented on the world "discovering" Bolt's girlfriend, saying Bennett was "hot".
Bennett replied: "I wish there was no discovery, but thank you so much. That's really sweet of you."
Bolt made an early exit from Rio Sunday night - departing a day earlier than planned and missing the Closing Ceremony entirely.
The Jamaican sprinter was seen heading for the departure lounge at Rio's Galeo International Airport an hour before the event got underway at 8pm local time on Sunday.
His last tweet before departing Rio read in Portuguese: "We came, we saw, we conquered. Rio I have endless love for you."
Bolt had also been expected to attend a party in his honor at the Jamaica hospitality house but the event was canceled due to bad weather, with an apologetic note left pinned to the railings outside.
The early departure of the 30-year-old means the Games concluded with almost no big name stars in attendance, with Michael Phelps and Sir Bradley Wiggins already back on home soil.
Bolt is flying home to a hero's welcome in Kingston - and has had a reggae song called "Bolt the Champion" composed in his honour.
The sprinter, who will now retire from Olympic competition following the Games, is expected to take on an ambassadorial role in athletics and has also signed a lifetime contract with Nike thought to be worth an estimated $30m a year.
However, the Jamaican champ has had no special treatment during the Rio Games, sharing a room in an Athlete's Village with team mate Asafa Powell for most of the event.
Prior to the Opening Ceremony, he and his Jamaica team mates were put up in a low-cost hotel close to Galeo International airport, where rooms go for as little as $136 a night.
The only luxury at the Linx Hotel was the services of a Jamaican chef, flown in especially to provide the Olympic star and his team mates with food fit for champions.