Chantelle Otten is an award-winning sex therapist, who has never shied from sharing details about the couple’s romantic life.
During a live Q&A on Instagram, Otten detailed the unfortunate mishap, which took place after the pair’s first time sleeping together.
“Listening to (Life Uncut Podcast) about this babe who was so relaxed while a guy went down on her,” Otten posted on Monday. “So relaxed she farted in his face.
“WHICH REMINDS ME, THE FIRST TIME I SLEPT WITH DYL, HE WAS SPOONING ME AND I POPPED ON HIM.”
The revelation inevitably sparked plenty of reaction from her followers, but Otten soon clarified the comments.
The 30-year-old replied to a concerned fan: “Haha, I farted.”
Alcott and Otten have been together for two years, and have encouraged more people to talk candidly about disability and sexuality.
Speaking to Stellar Magazine earlier this month, Otten said it was important for the pair to share their story so others in similar situations can realize the opportunities and options available to them.
“A lot of people think people with a disability don’t have sex but I’m having the best sex of my life and it’s important for me to say that,” Otten said.
“There are people out there who might have a crush on someone with a disability but aren’t confident to ask questions about it. They need to know that these sex lives are important and erotic and achievable, and they can build a life together.
“DYLAN AND I ARE QUITE PRIVATE, BUT IT’S IMPORTANT TO GET THE WORD OUT. FOR ME, WORKING WITH PEOPLE AND HAVING THEM KNOW I’M IN A RELATIONSHIP WITH SOMEONE WITH A DISABILITY IS GREAT.”
Alcott and Otten connected through social media after she visited one of his book readings, and the 11-time Grand Slam champion made their romance public last year.
Otten has been on hand to witness some of the tennis star’s recent triumphs, including this year’s Australian Open title and his maiden Wimbledon crown in 2019.
Alcott has long been an advocate for people with disabilities, and this year sparked a backflip from US Open organizers after they initially decided the tournament would go ahead without any wheelchair tennis.
The Aussie icon called it “disgusting discrimination” and gained a groundswell of support, prompting the US Open to change its decision and let Alcott and Co. play in New York.
Alcott capped a memorable 2020 by finishing the year as the International Tennis Federation’s world No. 1 for quad singles.
It is the fifth time Alcott has claimed the year-end top spot, and the third straight year he has finished as the world’s best, repeating his achievements from 2015, 2016, 2018, and 2019.
In January, Alcott became the first quad player to claim 10 Grand Slam singles titles with his sixth Australian Open triumph.
Alcott then braved the COVID-19 impacted European circuit when he defended his French Open crown with a 6-2 6-2 victory over his doubles partner Andy Lapthorne at Roland Garros in October.
The 30-year-old lost just one of his 19 singles matches in 2020, that lone defeat coming at the US Open in New York where he finished runner-up to Sam Schroder of the Netherlands.
“IN SUCH A STRANGE YEAR, IT IS A MASSIVE HONOUR TO FINISH THE YEAR AS WORLD NO. 1,” ALCOTT SAID.
“A big thanks to my team and everyone who supports me. I also want to send my love to everyone who has done it tough in 2020.