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Paul Pogba's brother Mathias accuses him of spending millions on witchcraft

Josh Lawless

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Paul Pogba's brother Mathias accuses him of spending millions on witchcraft

Paul Pogba's brother Mathias has published another video and accused the Juventus star of spending millions on witchcraft to protect him from getting injured.

On Sunday, the 32-year-old posted a strange three-minute video and promised to reveal "explosive" information about his World Cup winner of a sibling.

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In response to his brother, Pogba said he had told Italian and French authorities that an organised criminal gang involving his brother and childhood friends have been blackmailing him over a sum of €13 million and even dragged him to a Paris apartment while masked in March, as well as turning up to Juventus' training ground.

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

Mathias, who played in England with Crewe and Crawley, then hit back and branded his brother a liar.

And he's now shared another video, accompanied by a series of tweets, claiming that Pogba spent a sizeable portion of his wages on witchcraft - primarily to prevent injury issues arising.


The witchcraft element is a crucial part of the story as Pogba told police that the gang threatened to invent a fake news story that Pogba requested a Muslim witch doctor cast a spell on teammate Kylian Mbappe.

Pogba strongly denies it is the case but ESPN say the Mbappe clan are watching things closely and that France boss Didier Deschamps is aware of the situation.

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

Feeling that they haven't been looked after financially by Pogba since his rise to fame, the group from the east suburbs of Paris have allegedly been demanding huge sums of money.

Pogba cut ties with one individual after discovering he used his credit card to steal €200,000 and kicked him out of his house in Manchester.

French officials say he paid the group €100,000 following the persistent intimidation.

Featured Image Credit: Image: Alamy & Mathias Pogba

Topics: Paul Pogba, France, Kylian Mbappe, Juventus

Josh Lawless
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