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Saturday, 11 June 2016

Man United’s Keeper, De Gea in trouble for allegedly arranging Prostitutes for his Teammates

Text messages, which allegedly show David de Gea trying to arrange a prostitute for five Manchester United teammates, have emerged today. The goalkeeper has denied any wrongdoing after he was reportedly implicated in a police probe into a porn director accused of running a child prostitution ring.


Reports said a protected witness in the case against pornographer Ignacio Allende Fernández - better known as 'Torbe' - claimed de Gea set up a date between her, one other girl, and two Spanish Under-21 players in 2012.

It has also been claimed that the keeper tried to arrange a prostitute for five Man United players.

However de Gea has denied any wrongdoing, describing the accusations as 'lies'.

Several Spanish media published the messages the prostitute is claiming she exchanged with the shot-stopper. 

The messages show the unnamed woman, identified as TP3 in police files, refers to an alleged orgy she says de Gea wanted her to take part in with his teammates.

Respected online newspaper El Confidencial, one of the Spanish media outlets which published the text message exchange, said copies of the screenshots were contained in internal police files.

Mid conversation TP3 allegedly asks him whether he wants her to come to Manchester.

She said: 'And Manchester? He has mentioned it to me. It's true?' 

De Gea is claimed to have said: 'Yes, it's true ha-ha'. She allegedly responded saying 'You're naughty' to which he replied: 'No, I'm doing it for my teammates woman, ha-ha.' 

Later in the alleged conversation, the protected witness claims de Gea asked if she could 'cope' with five guys.

She claims he said: 'Will you be able to cope with all of them?' to which she replied: 'How many are there??'

De Gea allegedly said: 'About five with me' and she claims to have said 'of course'.

The keeper is then said to have replied: 'I'm not so sure, ha-ha.'  

At a Spanish Euro 2016 press conference, de Gea said: 'I'm the first to be surprised by the news. I want to refute these allegations. These are lies and mistruths.

'This gives me more strength to play with the Spanish national team, with the support of my team-mates. The matter remains in the hands of my lawyers. It is all false.

'I am very calm. I want to go out to train and continue doing what I enjoy.

'I have no idea where this has come from. I know that it is false. I just have to keep going.

'I found out in my room. I let me family know of the situation. They are calm because they know me.' 

Daily Mail





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