Swansea star Martin Olsson claims he is victim of identity theft after being accused of sending woman sex clip

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SWANSEA star Martin Olsson has voiced his dismay after being accused of sending a woman sex videos and photos.

Swedish police have opened an enquiry after the woman claimed the left-back sent her the images via social media.

Martin Olsson claims he is the victim of identity fraud amid allegations of sending sexual videos and photos to a woman
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Police have opened an enquiry after the woman claimed the left-back sent her the images via social media
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She told national TV: “I was shocked and violated.”

However Olsson, who has had nine Premier League seasons with Blackburn, Norwich and Swansea, claimed his innocence – and insisted he is the victim of identity theft.

The defender played at the World Cup finals this summer, coming on as a sub in Sweden’s 2-0 quarter-final loss to England.

Swedish FA general secretary Hakan Sjostrand said: “We learned that the player has been subjected to ID hijacking for several years.

Olsson represented Sweden at the World Cup and came on against England in the quarter-finals
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“In consultation with him we contacted the police. This is a very serious crime.”

One of the videos reportedly shows Olsson, 30, pleasuring himself.

But the player insisted: “Someone is trying to destroy me, or they are mentally unstable. I don’t know why they do this.

“This is not the first time something like this has happened. It is not good for me, when I am innocent.

Olsson claims somebody is “trying to destroy” him and he doesn’t “know why they do this”
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