Nick Kyrgios’ ex-girlfriend Chiara Passari reveals she turned to alcohol and drugs following a messy breakup with the Australian tennis star. In late 2021, Kyrgios and Passari put an end to their tumultuous relationship.
Passari was struggling in the aftermath of the breakup and she turned to alcohol and drugs to help cope with her pain. Then, Passari moved to another city, and that’s when she started noticing positive changes. Passari, who is like Kyrgios from Canberra, is now living in Brisbane, according to her Instagram bio.
Passari turned to alcohol, drugs after breaking up with Kyrgios “From losing all hope in love, in myself and in any form of happiness or meaning. Never being able to genuinely smile or understand my purpose in this life.
Losing all my appetite / being disgusted by food and instead looking towards alcohol and drugs to help. Then spontaneously moving to a new city, hearing my laugh again, finding my people, loving food again, becoming excited for life.
Being closer to my family than I ever have been and starting over. It’s all in the universes hands and is all one big f—— up journey but all I know is we will always come out the other end to reach the light,” Passari wrote on Instagram.
Meanwhile, Passari accused Kyrgios of assault.
Last week, Kyrgios’ case was heard in the ACT Magistrates Court. Kyrgios wasn’t there but he was represented by his lawyer. Michael Kukulies-Smith, who is representing Kyrgios, asked the court for an adjournment.
According to Australian media, Kukulies-Smith is seeking to have the charge dismissed on mental health grounds. If convicted, Kyrgios faces a maximum two-year sentence. Meanwhile, Kyrgios is in a happy relationship with Sydney blogger Costeen Hatzi.
Hatzi has been traveling with Kyrgios throughout the entire season and the Australian tennis star has been playing the tennis of his life this year.