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Nasri ‘under investigation’ by anti-doping body over IV drip after Twitter sex storm

Date Posted,December 28, 2016

Samir Nasri is reportedly under investigation by Spanish anti-doping authorities after claims he was given an IV “immunity drip” in Los Angeles.

The procedure by ‘Drip Doctors’, which was posted on social media and sparked a Twitter storm, is said to have been for hydration.

But Spanish newspaper El Pais reports the country’s anti-doping body is looking further into the issue.

The Drip Doctors say the procedure, which costs US$200, uses one litre of hydration fluid.

However, World Anti-Doping Agency rules only permit 50 millilitres to be taken intravenously without medical reason or if a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) has been approved.

“We provided @SamNasri19 a concierge Immunity IV Drip to keep him hydrated & in top health during his busy soccer season with (Sevilla),” Drip Doctors posted on Twitter.

A series of crude responses from Nasri’s account, which were quickly deleted, followed with the footballer later saying his profile had been “hacked”.

Posts on the Frenchman’s Twitter claimed he’d received much more than a health boost from the procedure.

Nasri’s account tweeted: “U also provided me a full sexual service too right after. So guys make sure you get this service. This w***e comes and f**s the same night.

“Please tell the world as well of the other concierge treatment your girl gave straight after the iv drip.”

The tweets also claim Nasri’s ex-girlfriend, Anara Atanes, booked the drip.

The posts continued: “Sorry guys i just had to let the world know that my girlfriend anara who was with me at the time had booked this girl to give me an iv drip.

Twitter posted on Samir Nasri’s account (Photo: Twitter / Getty)

“On arrival anara had left the room and this girl had asked for my number and to go out with me that night. She then continued to give me… a full service in my hotel room so doubling up her services. Just giving you boys a heads up on this service from @DripDoctors.”

Drip Doctors also said the claims were false and didn’t come from Nasri himself.

They wrote: “@SamNasri19 account has been HACKED and the recent tweets about @dripdoctors are all FALSE, this will be confirmed shortly. Thanks.”

Samir Nasri and Anara Atanes
Samir Nasri and Anara Atanes are no longer an item

Drip Doctors describe the Immunity Drip as “an infusion tailor-made to boost your immune system and prevent travel related illnesses”.

“It contains high dose Vitamin C, B vitamins, Lysine and Zinc combined with specially formulated nutrients to help combat superbugs and common viruses,” the self-described “IV vitamin and lifestyle medspa” continues on its website.

They add the drip is “perfect for travellers” and “improves immune health and mental clarity”.

Nasri will be quizzed by Sevilla when he’s reports for duty after the winter break.

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