Tragic last post of Jerome Boateng’s ex Kasia Lenhardt saying ‘now is we where you draw the line’ in cryptic insta pic

THE model ex-girlfriend of Jerome Boateng posted a final cryptic Instagram post which read "now is we where you draw the line".

Kasia Lenhardt, 25, was found dead in her Berlin apartment yesterday a week after she split from the Bayern Munich footballer.

Last month, the Polish mum-of-one crashed the sportsman's Mini prompting Boateng to publicly dump Kasia.

In what would become a very public war of words, the ex-Man City player said it was time to "draw a line" and "apologise to everyone I've hurt" including his ex-girlfriend and their children.

However, in response, Kasia's posted a cryptic last Instagram post saying: "Now is where you draw the line. Enough."

The model – who had a 'Jerome' tattoo on her torso – previously responded by saying she ended the relationship because of the World Cup winner's "lies and constant infidelity".


Following Boateng's comments, she said: "Please give me time. I will fight back because I've never been so deceived, used and lied to. Give me a moment."

In a post of the couple which she late deleted, she wrote: "The devil does his best."

Boateng told German newspaper Bild: "Kasia became my girlfriend by destroying the relationship with my ex-girlfriend Rebecca and my family and blackmailed me.

"So I decided to stay with Kasia and try to make it work."

Boateng's ex-partner Rebecca Silvera also posted clips from alleged voice messages sent by Kasia on Instagram, reports RTL.

Branding the messages "manipulative", Rebecca told the news outlet: "Kasia destroyed my family for her own benefit.

"I'm not going to let her destroy Jerome too. I'm not going to let her play the victim. She's done enough damage."

Yesterday, police found Kasia's body at her home – although authorities are not treating her death as suspicious.

Kasia shot to fame on TV show Germany's Next Top Model in 2012.

The 25-year-old leaves behind a son, named Noah, from a previous relationship which ended three years ago. 

A police spokesman said: "Yesterday at around 8.30 pm there was a police operation in Charlottenburg on suspicion of suicide. 

"A lifeless person was found in the home. There are no indications of third-party involvement."

The model's death was first confirmed by her friend Sara Kulka who wrote on Instagram: "Rest in peace. You wonderful person, I miss you and would have loved to say goodbye.

"I hope you find your peace now and I hope the truth comes out now, I know how much you wished it would.

"I will never forget you, I don't know anyone who could laugh like you. I send a lot of strength to the family."

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