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Tim Bresnan denies involvement in Kevin Pietersen parody Twitter account

Tim Bresnan denies that he had any involvement in the Kevin Pietersen parody Twitter account.

England bowler Tim Bresnan has denied that he was ever involved in the parody Kevin Pietersen Twitter account.

In his new autobiography, Pietersen has described the account, which was created by Richard Bailey back in 2012, as an example of the bullying culture within the national side's dressing room.

This week, Surrey team director Alec Stewart has claimed that Bresnan, along with Graeme Swann and Stuart Broad had access to the site.

In response to the claims, Bresnan tweeted: "Disappointed to be implicated in the #kpgenius account. I 100% did NOT have any password. And wasn't involved in any posting."

Pietersen's book KP: My Autobiography was released today.

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England captain Graeme Swann and Kevin Pietersen during a nets session at Eden Gardens on October 28, 2011
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