Leeds United keeper, Paddy Kenny has landed himself in hot water after allegedly sending offensive texts to Queens Park Rangers owner Tony Fernandes and technical director Mike Rigg, according to the Daily Mail.
Rigg is also said to have received calls at 3 am on Sunday morning, prompting a complaint to Leeds.
The messages were apparently of an offensive nature and Fernandes stated that he wished to be informed on any developments.
QPR were thrashed 5-0 at home by Swansea City on the opening-day of the Premier League, with keeper Robert Green guilty of a howler.
Kenny left Loftus Road in the summer to join Leeds after his mistake in the final day defeat to Manchester City almost cost QPR their Premier League status.
He played in Leeds’ 1-0 victory over Wolves at Elland Road and the club are understood to be investigating the matter further.
Manager, Neil Warnock said:”We have a club policy on Twitter and social networking. It’s an internal matter and we will not be commenting further.”
The latest revelations will do little to help the Irish international’s already tarnished reputation, having a nine-month ban resulting from a failed drugs test and an involvement in a restaurant brawl behind him.