The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - - CONFIDENTIAL -

THE world’s most fa­mous sprinter, Usain Bolt, has been seen par­ty­ing with a busty bikini model who is fac­ing se­ri­ous steroid-traf­fick­ing charges and has links to a killer bikie on the Gold Coast.

Bolt, who has been par­ty­ing hard since his ar­rival on the Gold Coast on Wed­nes­day, swapped night­clubs for the net­ball yes­ter­day to cheer on the Ja­maican team, but not be­fore be­ing snapped at a lo­cal hotspot on Fri­day night with glam­orous Gold Coast model turned ac­cused drug im­porter Raquel Pe­tit (pic­tured).

A spokesman for Bolt said: “Usain takes pho­tos with hun­dreds of fans ev­ery night he is out in public. This was a ran­dom photo with a mem­ber of the public as he was leav­ing the venue.”

Pe­tit, 24, (in­set) who once dated killer Mon­gols bikie Wade YatesTaui, was only last month fronting a Mel­bourne court for her al­leged in­volve­ment in a drug syn­di­cate.

She is fac­ing charges of pos­sess­ing and traf­fick­ing a com­mer­cial quan­tity of steroids.

Po­lice al­lege she used the mail ser­vice to post steroids to Vic­to­ria over 16 months be­tween July 10, 2015, and Novem­ber 2, 2016, and that she dealt with the pro­ceeds of crime ($46,920 cash) be­tween April 2015 and May 2016.

Bolt, wear­ing a Gucci base­ball cap, was snapped in mul­ti­ple pho­tos with Pet it and mod­els Liza Con­nolly land Chloe Hur­rell.

The former grid girl is the ex-girl­friend of cage fighter and bikie YatesTaui, who was con­victed of man­slaugh­ter fol­low­ing the stab­bing death of Ban­di­dos as­so­ciate Max Waller in a Broad­beach park in 2013.

De­spite her on­go­ing crim­i­nal dra­mas, Pe­tit hit the town last night to rub shoul­ders with the world’s fastest sprinter.

Ms Pe­tit told The Sun­day Mail she knew some­one who was part of Bolt’s se­cu­rity en­tourage and the sprinter was happy to pose for a few pho­tos.

“There was just a lit­tle hello and those pho­tos. We didn’t talk much,” Ms Pe­tit said. “It was lit­er­ally a fan photo, I don’t know him per­son­ally.

“He seemed to be try­ing to stay at the back of the bar and was be­ing quiet.”

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