Footballer Samir Nasri claims his Twitter account was hacked after he allegedly tweeted numerous posts about a tryst with a doctor.
The ex-Manchester City star’s social media account shared multiple posts claiming to have received a “full sexual service” from a doctor who provided him with an IV drip to “keep him hydrated”.
The Sevilla star is believed to have received an IV vitamin drip.
But his praise of ‘Drip Doctors’ went a little awry when his account starting tweeting claims that the footballer got a little more than a health boost.
Nasri’s account tweeted: “U also provided me a full sexual service too right after. So guys make sure you get this service. This w***e comes and f**s the same night.
“Please tell the world aswell of the other concierge treatment your girl gave straight after the iv drip.”
The tweets also claim Nasri’s ex-girlfriend, Anara Atanes, booked the drip.
The posts continued: “Sorry guys i just had to let the world know that my girlfriend anara who was with me at the time had booked this girl to give me an iv drip.
“On arrival anara had left the room and this girl had asked for my number and to go out with me that night. She then continued to give me… a full service in my hotel room so doubling up her services. Just giving you boys a heads up on this service from @DripDoctors.”
The French international soon tweeted a denial, claiming his Twitter account had been hacked.
He posted: “Someone hacked my account and tried to spread rumors which is fake i am sorty for all the ppl involved in that i apologies.”
All of the tweets, including the apology, were later deleted.
The Drip Doctor Twitter account also tweeted claiming the star had been hacked.
They wrote: “@SamNasri19 account has been HACKED and the recent tweets about @dripdoctors are all FALSE, this will be confirmed shortly. Thanks.”
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