We are not and never were in love, as suggested.'We actually met in Barcelona, but I never had a romance with her.''There was no romance with Sophie.
We did not sleep together and I did not message her everyday.
When I saw that message, I wanted to be sick.' Student Mateman, 21, had vociferously denied the allegations and insisted he broke off all contact with Miss Stevenson after their break.
They had slept together after meeting when they were caught up in the Barcelona terror attack which killed 13 people and injured 130, on August 17.
Miss Stevenson said: 'All my friends and family cannot believe someone could be so cruel.
That is just fantasist rubbish and it is ruining my life.'He denied messaging Sophie at all after meeting her in Spain.
Today, however, he admitted he slept with Ms Stevenson.
Something should be done to this man to make him stop.
You have to wonder if there are others he has tricked or what he will do next time.' The humiliated bar supervisor had been excited to be reunited with Mateman and travelled some 500 miles only, it seems, to be brutally dumped.
'Mateman wants to emphasize that the text messages as published in the media do not come from him.
If Mateman used the word 'pig' in a text message to Stevenson - which he cannot remember - it could only have been sent during his stay in Spain and can only relate to the way in which they had sex [sic].'It has in any case not been related to her person or appearance.'Mr Mateman told Mail Online: 'After Barcelona, I did not have any telephone contact with her.
The 24-year-old broke down in tears as she came to terms with her rejection alone in a foreign country.
Mateman was said to be messaging her minutes before her departure - but when she arrived in Amsterdam he allegedly ignored her calls.
'It just shows you the lengths he was going to to make a fool of my daughter.' The alleged prankster, from the southern town of Doetinchem, Netherlands, has faced a backlash in his home country, where he was attacked as 'a male-chauvinist pig'.