Mo Salah's teammate from Egypt, Amr Warda, is kicked out of their Africa Cup of Nations team after sending & # 39; aggressive and inappropriate sexual messages & # 39; after Instagram model Merhan Keller and other women
- Egypt has removed striker Amr Warda from their Africa Cup of Nations team
- It came after model Merhan Keller claimed that Warda sent her inappropriate and aggressive messages
- Keller also shared messages that the footballer would have sent to other women
- Some of them revealed how Warda reportedly became aggressive when they were rejected
- Egypt is currently organizing the Africa Cup of Nations and will play with only 22 players after Warda is removed from the team
Egypt has removed striker Amr Warda from their Africa Cup of Nations team after being accused of sexual harassment by a number of women.
The Egyptian-British model Merhan Keller claimed that Warda, 25, had sent her inappropriate and aggressive messages.
Keller then followed her claims by sharing testimonies with a number of other women who had contacted her, saying that they too received unwanted messages from the football player.
Egyptian attacker Amr Warda has been removed from their Africa Cup of Nations squadron after being accused of sexual harassment by a number of women
The Egyptian-British model Merhan Keller claimed that Warda had sent her inappropriate messages
Warda introduced himself with his Egyptian teammate Mohamed Salah during the World Cup 2018
Screenshots of messages and videos reportedly sent by Warda to women on Instagram were shared on Twitter, with his alleged misconduct becoming the top trending topic in Egypt.
Some reports showed how Warda became aggressive when women rejected his advances.
Call to the Egyptian Football Association to take action grew and President Hany Abo Rida confirmed Wednesday that Warda had been removed from the squadron for their home tournament.
Egypt, which has Liverpool star Mohamed Salah in their team, plays the rest of the tournament with just 22 players.
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Keller received a testimony from other women who allegedly received inappropriate messages from the football player
Some of the messages shared by Keller showed how Warda reportedly became aggressive when she was rejected by women
FA Chairman Rida said the decision was made after consulting the team's technical and administrative staff and that it was consistent with the discipline, dedication and focus of the team.
Warda, who borrowed from PAOK for the Greek club Atromitos, had previously been accused of harassing a photo model on Instagram and an indictment against him had been filed with the Egyptian Attorney General.
The decision to exclude the 25-year-old attacker who played for the World Championship in Russia last year came hours before they met the Democratic Republic of Congo in Cairo in their second African Cup of Nations game.
Warda had come as a substitute in last Friday's opening game, a 1-0 win over Zimbabwe.
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