Story the last straw for foot­ball ace

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THE day your cru­sad­ing Sun­day Sport re­vealed the kinky ser­vices be­ing sup­plied by a HOOKER in a house owned by Frank Lam­pard, the footie ace has booted her out.

Our sis­ter pa­per ex­clu­sively re­vealed all about dom­i­na­trix Dav­ina Ward’s X-rated romps with pay­ing cus­tomers in Lamps’ £2mil­lion Lon­don pad.

But it seems the de­tails of the filthy sex ses­sions – which in­cluded Dav­ina dress­ing clients in a pig mask and bum­ming them – were too much for Frank and his wife Chris­tine Bleak­ley.

A source close to the ex-Chelsea star con­firmed that he has ter­mi­nated the rental agree­ment and de­fended his de­ci­sion to give the sex worker the boot as the tenancy agree­ment stated the build­ing could not be used for busi­ness pur­poses.

They said: “It’s there in black and white. Frank is per­fectly within his rights.”

The for­mer Eng­land mid­fielder, 39, was un­aware his house was be­ing used as a sex den, while he shacked up with Chris­tine, 38, in a £10m house nearby.

Dav­ina, who goes by the name ‘Di­verse Stacey’ for her es­cort­ing work, ap­plied for the £3,400-a-month tenancy un­der the guise of a fit­ness in­struc­tor.

The body­builder, 37, who de­scribes her­self as Lon­don’s hottest, filth­i­est and god­damn wildest wo­man, charges £400 a time for her ses­sions.

She loves to tie up and spank her horny clients and also of­fered them the op­tion to film naughty skin flicks in­side Frank’s fancy Ful­ham pad for an ex­tra fee of £100.

Now her clients – who pay the vice babe for sex­ual acts like rim­ming, fist­ing, golden show­ers and snow­balling – must meet her else­where.

The Sun­day Sport spoke to one of Dav­ina’s happy cus­tomers who splashed out £900 to let the hooker shove a dildo up his arse while he was dressed as a pig.

He said: “I was on all-fours with her pok­ing the strap-on right up my ass­hole!

“Stacey stuffed my foot into her c**t and pro­ceeded to f**k her­self with my toes. F**king the pig’s trot­ters, she called it!”

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