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Well you could say that. But you could also say that his advantage was that he had more speed with him from the exit of the previous corner, he did not take a shortcut to get in front of Nico. He got past because he was going quicker, not because he left the track.
IF you should gain an unfair advantage from the act of leaving the track markings as such, for example cutting a chicane and re-entering the track in front of someone you were behind before you entered said chicane, then that would be a different thing. See where I'm coming from here?
Of course you're allowed to close the door on someone that's behind you, if you're first you have first choice as to which line to take. If you're behind you'll have to try to find another way to get past. Defending the inside line through a corner is defensive driving 101 really. I don't see what the fuss is about.