London: Footballers, who were part of a sleazy network that passed around women for sex through their Blackberry smartphones have closed the group.
They are desperately trying to discover how their sleazy arrangement was found out.
According to reports on Friday, players including four of those who have represented England, set up BB Messenger groups Hoodratz and Brotherhood. Then they circulated pictures of women they had bedded or who had targeted them in clubs.
But the millionaire sleazeballs, most of whom are married or with partners were horrified when they were exposed of their scam. The ringleader who is married and whose identity is kept secret, rang every member of the group fearing there was a “loose-lipped traitor in the ranks” or that a girl had “blabbed”.
“The minute the story broke he was on the phone ordering them to delete themselves and all the pictures,” the Sun quoted a source as saying.
“But it spiralled out of control and some of the players started pointing the finger of blame at each other. They were absolutely terrified,” the source added.
The ringleader posted pictures of himself on a bed with a half-naked woman. In another photo he displayed his manhood as a girl romped.