Frankie Essex and Chloe Simms leave DSTRKT nightclub


Frankie Essex - Frankie Essex leaves DSTRKT nightclub in Soho looking rather worse for wear, along with several male companions and Chloe Simms. The group heads to The British Luxury Club to continue the party, but the night ends on a bad note. Chloe and Frankie allegedly became embroiled in an argument - Frankie goes on to the club, while Chloe and a female friend head back to their hotel. Frankie and the rest of the group are then reportedly denied entry to the club, and she is left to stumble around the pavement alone. Finally one of the men gets a cab for Frankie, but she appears to lose a shoe by the time she gets back to her hotel. - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 10th April 2013 (19 Pictures)




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