“Paul Pogba’s sorcerer has summoned a swarm of moths,” says his brother

“Paul Pogba’s sorcerer has summoned a swarm of moths,” says his brother

Moths during the Euro 2016 final -

Moths during Euro 2016 final – “Paul Pogba’s sorcerer summoned a swarm of moths,” says brother – REUTERS / Darren Staples Livepic

The swarm of huge moths descended on the Stade de France ahead of the Euro 2016 final was summoned by Paul Pogba’s sorcerer, the footballer’s older brother said.

In the latest of his series of extraordinary allegations, Mathias Pogba also claims that his brother would “mock human life”, abandon their family members and leave them in poverty.

In 2016, players and fans alike hid in cover as moths swarmed across the pitch before Portugal’s 1-0 win over France. Now Mathias has claimed that the insects – described in the video of him as “butterflies” – were the work of a spell from his brother’s sorcerer, “Ibrahim”.

Having previously stated that the sorcerer was used to cast curses on Kylian Mbappe, Mathias says he also cast spells to help win some competitions. “Like in the Euro 2016 final, where strange things happened like the swarm of butterflies before the match,” adds Mathias.

According to various reports in France, Mathias claims that the sorcerer received a bimonthly sum from 75,000 to 100,000 euros from his brother.

The latest batch of videos and tweets are said to have been remotely released by a “bot” created by Mathias before he was taken into police custody last week. In the messages, Mathias also makes accusations about Pogba’s love life.

All of Mathias’ claims continue to be firmly refuted by the former Manchester United midfielder.

“There’s nothing left to hope for”

The latest statements come after an extraordinary saga in which the former Manchester United player claimed he was indeed taken hostage and threatened, in an attempted extortion in Paris in March.

A criminal investigation continues in France on allegations that the 29-year-old’s brother, Mathias, 32, and childhood friends were behind the plot. No further comment is expected from Pogba beyond a statement released previously via lawyers, which stated: “Mathias Pogba’s recent statements on social media sadly come as no surprise. They come after threats and extortion attempts by an organized gang against Paul Pogba. This has been referred to the competent authorities in both Italy and France. “

Pogba is said to have told police he had an automatic rifle pointed in his face. The gang is also said to have taken Pogba to an apartment in the Parisian suburb of Lagny-sur-Marne, where he grew up, at the end of March. They allegedly wanted 13 million euros (11 million pounds) and had been threatening him for four months.

In the last set of recordings, Mathias, on the other hand, states: “Everyone was wondering why I didn’t do my revelations directly, thinking it was to blackmail my brother, but what I wanted was for him to take responsibility for himself and remedy his. injustices .

“Because reform is always hoped for his brother. We want to believe that the brother we loved still exists. But when this brother comes to mock human life, even as part of his family, there is nothing left to hope for. This is because I have sought reconciliation “.

In the last day, however, more than 30 videos of Mathias reading a face-to-face statement were also posted on Twitter. It appears they were recorded before Mathias turned in for police questioning last week. He has remained in custody ever since.

“If you are watching this video, it will be because my brother Paul Pogba found a way to silence me,” says Mathias in the first of the series. “I record this video so that whatever happens, everything is revealed.” Mathias wears three different shirts in the various videos, suggesting they were shot at different times.

The words “insurance video, kept in a safe place” were written over many of the videos. The films come after previous posts on social media in which Pogba’s brother had threatened to make explosive revelations about the injured Juventus midfielder.

Mathias and four others were handed over on preliminary charges last Saturday in the extortion investigation, French prosecutors said. The videos were also accompanied by a series of Twitter posts. The first post in the long thread said it was automatically sent by “my bot”. “This also means that I am no longer free,” the message reads.

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