Young Singaporean footballer Ajay Robson, a squad member at the recent Southeast Asian Games, has been accused of sending inappropriate messages and content to a female friend.
The 20-year-old allegedly also sought sex from her, but it is not known which platform he used to send her the alleged inappropriate messages.
The two apparently know each other, but the alleged victim went on to put up an Instagram story, calling him out for his behaviour.
In the IG story, she alleged that Robson, a Hougang United player who was said to be one of the players to watch this season, asked her to go somewhere private when they met.
She relayed that she only agreed to meet him because they knew each other.
She posted his full profile, without blocking his face.
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She also accused him of “aggressively” holding her hand and then sought sex from her.
She also posted a series of DMs and alleged that he then sent her a video of his genitals and asked her for photos.
In one of the messages, he told her that “I need to nut”, meaning that he needed to ejaculate.
She added that she “managed to get out of this incident” and asked others to “stay safe” and do not “stay silent if anything happens to you”.
The player initially posted a response on his IG story, calling the online allegations “LIES.”
However, the alleged victim then also posted a subsequent story which showed another female accusing Robson of asking the same of her previously.
It is not known if any police report has been filed against Robson.
The player’s said Instagram account has since been disabled.
Hougang United coach Marko Kraljevic did not respond when contacted.
Hougang United manager Matthew Tay did not respond when contacted.
Last July, a Singapore-based football academy fired one of its coaches after he sent inappropriate WhatsApp messages to a couple of female players during a trip overseas for a competition.
A spokesperson for the academy responded to TMSG’s queries then, saying that a “thorough investigation” was conducted with “all parties involved”.
“The coach was suspended from duty immediately when the matter was reported and has since been released from his contract with the academy”, the academy said then.
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