A POLICE investigation has been opened after an allegation of sexual assault was made against a player from Norwegian club SK Brann.
The unnamed footballer denies the allegation after questioning by police, according to Bergens Tidende. Brann became embroiled in scandal last week after it emerged that players had invited women back to their home stadium to end a boozy night out.
Dressing rooms and the pitch are said to have been used for the group to have sex, before they left at 5am.
Security cameras caught the party, said to consist of 12 men and seven women, and Brann bosses strongly condemned the incident, which they claimed on Thursday to have dealt with.
However, a sexual assault allegation was made on Friday and coach Erik Horneland described the club's revulsion at the 'disgusting' incident - which he admitted was not the first party of its kind.
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