Jordan's squad is one of several national teams training in a sports center in Antrim, northwest of Belfast, ahead of the Paralympic Games that start Aug. 29 and end Sept. 9.
When asked about the BBC and Sky News reports of the arrests of the three Jordanians, Northern Irish police said three men were arrested for questioning in the Antrim area on Monday "in relation to allegations of indecent assault." They did not identify the men by name or further explain the circumstances.
Police said later Tuesday that one of the men, a 23-year-old, was charged with two counts of sexual activity with a child, one count of sexual assault on a woman and voyeurism.
A second man, aged 35, was charged with two counts of sexual activity with a child, and the third, aged 36, was charged with one count of sexual assault on a woman.
The three men are expected to appear in Coleraine Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
A Jordanian sports official confirmed that three team members have been arrested, but declined to provide any details. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to comment while Northern Irish police were still investigating.
Jordan sent a 19-strong delegation to the Paralympics. Its National Paralympic Committee was not immediately available to comment.
The organizing committee of the London Games declined to comment because the case was under police investigation.
Associated Press writer Jamal Halaby in Amman, Jordan, contributed to this report.