London, July 13 : Lewis Hamilton's romance with Nicole Scherzinger seems to be in big trouble on Wednesday night after he took 10 girls back to his hotel suite.
The 27-year-old F1 ace partied until 5.30am in a 3,800-pound-a-night penthouse.
According to a pal of the `The X Factor' judge, the former Pussycat Doll "is seething."
"She can't believe he would be so disrespectful to her in this way," the Sun quoted a source close to Scherzinger as saying.
"It's not the kind of behaviour she expects from him. Lewis is in serious trouble.
"He wasn't thrilled when she accepted the X Factor job so there have been massive tensions. Now things have reached crisis point. Nicole is demanding explanations and a discussion about their future," the source said.
Lewis invited the girls and male pals back to his penthouse suite on the ninth floor of the posh Mayfair Hotel at 3am after eight hours hitting London's clubs with US rapper J Cole.
Among them were brunette Claudia Martinez, 20, and her blonde pal Emily Tudor, 21.
According to them, they met Hamilton at Funky Buddha nightclub on Tuesday. They were on a nearby VIP table when they were ushered over to join his party.
The girls were among the last to leave the hotel at around 5.30am.
Earlier, while he was waiting in the lobby, Lewis was snapped kissing an old pal Phreeda Sharp.
He later took to Twitter to deny he had cheated on Nicole.
"Phreeda is like my sister, a good mate to me n Nicole. Cant say goodbye 2 friends without it being seen as a mystery kiss," he tweeted.
Meanwhile, Scherzinger was 5,000 miles away in Los Angeles where she was spotted wearing a T-shirt with the slogan Girls Just Wanna Have Fun. (ANI)
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