Models from all over the world are flocking to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for an event being dubbed 'Neymarpalooza'.
PSG ace Neymar has denied he has anything to do with the five-day celebration, being held at his £6m rented mansion in the capital.
Between 150 to 500 people are expected at the bash, which has been criticised by many due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which has hit Brazil especially hard.
Neymar has released a statement via his lawyers that has denied any connection with the event which has been organised by digital marketing firm Agencia Fabrica.
In addition, it has been confirmed that the 28-year-old will be spending the evening with his family, which includes his nine-year-old son Davi Lucca and his physiotherapist.
And after Agencia Fabrica confirmed the celebration at the Costa Verde venue, Neymar's lawyers told AFP: "It's a matter for the agency and it has nothing to do with Neymar.
"We have no information about such an event."
A host of models and influencers have taken to social media to share snaps of them arriving at the mansion.
Models Kiki Passo, Michelle Nevius and Jessica Bartlett are just a handful of women who have flown in from Miami.
Meanwhile, Brazilians Camila Remedy and Fernanda Brum are allegedly said to have arrived by private jet on Monday.
They posted on Instagram, writing: "Let's go by jet to end the year with glamour."
Brazilian influencer and model Ana Liz Bittencourt shared pictures wearing the wristband that is said to guarantee entry.
A statement from the organisers reads: "Agencia Fabrica clarifies that it is the creator and producer of New Year's Eve event in the Costa Verde region, in the State of Rio de Janeiro, which will receive approximately 150 people.
"The event will take place in compliance with all health standards determined by public agencies.
“The company also clarifies that the private event, with exclusive access for guests and without ticket sales, happens with all licenses from the competent bodies necessary for its realisation."
The Rio Prosecutor's Office has revealed it has opened an investigation after receiving 'several claims, based on information released by the press, about the events sponsored by the player Neymar.'
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