Amr Warda, the professional Egyptian international player in the Greek football club PAOK, responded to his accusation by a girl called “Fedra”, residing in the United Arab Emirates, of harassing her through the communication sites.
Amr Warda said in a video clip: “I do not have any accounts on social media, and my accounts have been hacked for more than a month and a half. Today I have a match in the Greek Cup, let me play.”
And “Fedra”, published through the story feature in “Instagram”, some audio recordings and messages, and claimed it to Amr Warda, with the commentary on it with the hashtag “Amr Warda, the harasser”.
The girl said that the Egyptian star asked her to come to him in the hotel as his wife, but she refused because he did not know her enough to talk to her about such matters.
The girl also mentioned that Amr Warda started talking to her on the social networking site “Snapchat” and asked her to visit him at his home, and after she refused, he cursed her and threatened her to send messages to her family.
The name Amr Warda was associated with more than one case of harassment, the most famous of which was in the year 2019, when he was excluded from the Egyptian national team camp in the African Nations Cup, after a Mexican model accused him of trying to harass her.
Source: The Seventh Day