Derek had quite the night at a hot new lounge in NYC’s Meatpacking District, Arthur, and he partied there until 2am, and suspiciously his longtime girlfriend, Hannah wasn’t there!
Derek Jeter is enjoying retirement! The former New York Yankee’s shortstop had a night out with the boys to watch some football at NYC’s Arthur, Dec. 21, but this was not your average football party. Derek watched football alongside 30 beautiful women, according to Page Six, and his girlfriend of two years, Hannah Davis, was no where in sight!
Derek Jeter & Hannah Davis Split? He Parties With 30 Gorgeous Women
When your man says he’s going to watch football with the guys, you picture some dingy, loud bar with sweaty screaming men, right? Well, Derek doesn’t mess around. Captain Clutch headed to Arthur, a small lounge located inside The Gansevoort Hotel’s restaurant, The Chester and they watched the Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals game.
But despite the game playing on the Arthur’s various mirrored TV’s, Derek’s attention was reportedly more focused on the 30 gorgeous women that were flocked around him.
“Derek had a really great time partying with his guests and watching the game,” a source said. “He was relaxed, happy and in a great mood. He mingled with the girls and was on the dance floor.”
Derek, who retired in September from the New York Yankees, wasn’t flirting with the girls according to the report but he sounds like he was having a blast.
Derek and his group reportedly drank five bottles of Don Julio 1942, which runs about $1,000 a pop. Even though Hannah wasn’t there, it doesn’t mean they aren’t still together. We just bet she’ll come along the next time he goes to watch football with his boys.
HollywoodLifers, do you think it’s wrong for Derek to party with 30 girls without his girlfriend there?
— Susanne Johnson
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