Inside story of superstar jockey Jamie Kahn’s night out before being photographed racking up white powder – party guests track down man who leaked footage on WhatsApp
Distraught and furious racing insiders are trying to identify the woman who allegedly leaked a video of champion jockey Jamie Kah racking up a line of white powder.
On Friday, video footage of the 27-year-old sharing a mound of the white substance was widely shared on WhatsApp.
The Herald Sun reported that the incident happened last Saturday night, after returning home from a date night with boyfriend and fellow jockey Ben Melham, who had returned home.
The pair enjoyed a quiet dinner at Mornington seafood hotspot The Rocks with jockeys Ethan Brown and Celine Gaudry.
Kah drove back to his Somerville home, about 15 minutes from the restaurant, where he found Beadle and ‘a starstruck female friend’, also involved in racing.
Insiders are scrambling for a video leak that shows Jamie Kah rocking lines of a white substance.
One of Kah’s hands can be seen cutting white powder and a vape, cigarette and a lighter are also seen on the table
She slipped into the gray outfit she was seen wearing in a selfie taken by the trio, as well as in the video showing a white substance being shared with a plastic card.
While the video doesn’t show the faces of Kah or Beadle, it confirms their identities through the clothes they’re wearing – which matches the selfie taken earlier.
However, Kah was not aware that he was being filmed and did not consent to the video being taken. Now, insiders are trying to identify the video’s cameraman and leaker.
A source told the Herald Sun: ‘Jamie needs to find some new mates’.
In a statement released on Saturday, Kah said: ‘I am determined to focus on my health and recovery following my race fall in March which left me with a serious brain injury and three weeks in hospital.
Kah issued a statement on Saturday after the video surfaced on Friday night
‘I am working hard to get back to what I love, and that is being a passionate and successful jockey.’
‘I will continue to focus on my physical and mental health and full recovery so that I can return to racing and be the best person that I can be.
‘I will make no further comment.’
Biddle also released a brief statement asking for ‘confidentiality’.
It is understood that racing stewards will conduct an investigation once Saturday’s racing at Caulfield is over.
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