NFL ace Roquan Smith parties with Pornhub star Abella Danger on yacht before deleting post as he sparks dating rumours – The Sun

CHICAGO BEARS star Roquan Smith flouted social distancing guidelines as he partied on a yacht alongside porn star Abella Danger over the weekend.

The 23-year-old was eighth pick in the 2018 draft, but had some fans worrying he'd be wasting his promise by breaking the rules.

And in hastily deleted Instagram videos, the linebacker appears to be partying with porn actress Abella.

The 24-year-old Miami-native is seen wearing a Bears visor and Pornhub bikini in one post.

And another was captioned: "My babes first day on a pontoon and she's driving".

These posts have sparked rumours that the pair could be dating.

In another video from the boat circulating online, a number of partiers are seen breaking the guidelines, showing zero attempt to social distance at all.

The US has been particularly badly hit by Covid-19, with over a million confirmed cases and 67,710 fatalities to date.

But that didn't appear to concern any of the yacht's smiling partiers.

when everyone is too drunk to drive back home so your miami ass gotta take the wheel😂 @nilsaprowant ♥️♥️♥️

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Some fans have been quick to condemn Smith on social media, with one writing: "Roquan proves again why he wasn't a good first-round pick".

While another mused: "And people still wonder why he missed that game last season. Smh."

But some other fans leapt to Smith's defence.

One tweet read: "What is wrong with this? Other than the social distancing. Dude is living his life. Let him. Also, porn stars are people. They might work in porn, does not mean they are not allowed to have lives".

While another questioned: "To the folks in the comments acting appalled or disappointed, how do you know who Abella Danger is?"

Smith wouldn't be the first NFL star to have been linked with a porn actress over the last couple of years, with San Francisco 49ers star Jimmy Garoppolo having dated Kiara Mia back in 2018.

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