PARTY girl Laura Simpson, famous for enjoying a boozy night out with Wayne Rooney, was seen catching a train to London looking leggy in leopard print.
The 29-year-old arrived at Piccadilly Train Station wearing a bright red t-shirt with leopard print skirt, holding a black fur jacket.
She completed the look with mid-length laced black boots, a small leather handbag and John Lennon-style sunglasses.
Laura rushed for her Virgin train after collecting her ticket for London Euston.
She is thought to be trying to get on Celebrity Big Brother – and has already had a secret meeting with producers.
It's after footballer Rooney used her car to drive while drunk after they flirted in a bar.
After being given community service as a punishment by the court, Wayne's marriage to pregnant wife Coleen has hit the rocks and he may be heading for a £70m divorce.
Meanwhile Laura, who found minor fame through the footballers' criminal act, is said to be "furious" that she's been banned from Gary Neville's new bar Mahiki in Manchester.
The opening of Mahiki bar earlier this month saw VIP guests like David Beckham and Calum Best join owner and former England star Gary at the tiki-themed bar.
Now Laura – who snogged a fellow party-goer in a Shrek mask last week – is absolutely raging after discovering she has been blocked from the swanky club.
A source told The Sun Online: "Laura's name is on the banned list at Mahiki Manchester – she's practically the only person who's not allowed in and it's orders from high up not to let her into the bar. "She's furious about it – she wanted to go as it's only just opened, but now she'll never get the chance."
The troubled footballer had been driving at three times the legal limit while at the wheel of Simpson’s VW Beetle — while his pregnant wife Coleen, 31, was away with their boys in Majorca.
Office worker Laura has been on a series of high profile holidays since her name was thrust into the spotlight – after admitting she and Wayne had a "kiss and a cuddle" on their fateful night.
A source exclusively told The Sun Online: “Laura seems dead set on keeping her short lived fame going.
"She has been for a meeting with producers of CBB to talk about getting onto the next series, but bosses seem less than impressed with her appearance on This Morning so the jury is out as to whether she will get a place.”
Mahiki owner Gary has always had a good word for his mate Rooney and encouraged him to retire earlier this year so his amazing striker record could be preserved.
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