Hackers post porn to Robin van Persie’s Facebook page as ex-Man Utd and Arsenal star forced to release statement

MANCHESTER UNITED and Arsenal legend Robin van Persie has been forced to release a statement after hackers posted porn to his Facebook page.

The X-rated content was posted to the popular retired ace’s story on the social media site, where he has 18million followers.

Hackers posted porn to the ex-United ace’s Facebook pageAction Images – Reuters-Reuters

Jamie McPhilimey – The SunVan Persie released a statement and apologised for the situation[/caption]

According to the Star, one clip was of a naked woman on all fours.

A second post showed a woman wearing no underwear.

And so Van Persie has taken to Twitter to explain that it was a hacker who posted the naughty content and NOT him.

Van Persie tweeted: “‘m afraid someone hacked into my Facebook account (@ Robin van Persie) early this morning, so if you see cute cat content or whatever may potentially come next before I have control back.. It wasn’t me..”

A follow-up tweet said: “Unfortunately, for a second time in a short time my Facebook page has been hacked into and inappropriate content has been published without my control.

“We are working on a solution and hopefully.

“@facebook is able to sort this out quickly. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.”

The stories have since been deleted from the Dutch legend’s account.

Van Persie retired in 2019, finishing his career at boyhood club Feyenoord.

He won a Premier League and an FA Cup while in England, playing for United and Arsenal respectively.

Van Persie also featured in a World Cup and Champions League final.

He has now passed the torch onto son, Shaqueel, who plays for Feyenoord.

The 16-year-old is a striker and has the killer instincts of his dad.

Shaqueel has scored 16 goals in 13 U17 games.

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