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Man Utd’s Mason Greenwood arrested AGAIN after ‘breaching bail for GBH and rape’

Man Utd’s Mason Greenwood has been arrested after ‘breaching bail for GBH and rape’ suspicion of contacting his alleged victim.

Reports say Greenwood is being quizzed by officers after cops turned up on his £15,000-a-month mansion on Saturday morning, after he had been waiting to discover his fate since he was first held in January this year.

He spent three nights in custody earlier this year having been arrested at his rented home in Bowdon, Greater Manchester, before being bailed on the 2nd of February and had been keeping a relatively low profile since.

His then-girlfriend Harriet Robson accused Greenwood of sexual assault and rape uploading pictures of her being allegedly abused by him on her Instagram story.

She also uploaded audio clips of their conversations where the striker was allegedly forcing himself on her.

His alleged victim posted on Instagram: “I’m grateful to everyone that has sent messages of support and encouragement – thank you.

“The last few days have been very difficult and I’m taking a break from social media while the police make their investigations.”

He was originally expected to answer his bail on the 30th of April but the decision was put back after a court hearing in June and he now remains suspended by his club although still receives his £75,000-a-week salary pending the outcome of any criminal proceedings.

Man Utd were previously forced to release a statement confirming there has been no change to Greenwood’s status after rumours surfaced on social media.

The Old Trafford outfit initially said it did “not condone violence of any kind,” but later suspended Greenwood after cops launched a probe.

But some fans discovered the player was still visible on the club’s website – leading to speculation he could be reinstated.

The statement from United read: “There has been no change whatsoever in Mason’s status.

“We removed his profile from the club app soon after he was removed from the squad in January.

“This was in order to remove Mason from interactive elements of the app, such as team predictions etc.

“However, his profile was never removed from the website as he remains a Manchester United player, albeit not currently part of the squad while the legal process unfolds.”

Greenwood was removed from FIFA 22 and dropped by sponsors Nike in the wake of the allegations while Football Manager 2022 also confirmed he would not feature in the game.

All merchandise bearing the player’s name has been axed from the official club site and teammates have unfollowed him on Instagram.

Greenwood’s promising domestic and international career remains in serious jeopardy, last playing for the Red Devils on the 22nd of January when the team beat West Ham 1-0.

The player joined aged just six and rose through the ranks to land himself a regular spot on the first team and in 2019 became the youngest footballer to play for United in the Champions League when he took to the pitch aged just 17.

UPDATE – Almost 9 months later, Harrier Robson has reportedly out of the blue followed Mason Greenwood back on Instagram which has sparked speculations on social media regarding a potential return of the youngster to the club. There are also speculation that Robson and Greenwood have been living together for months now despite the incident and that she might end up dropping the charges against him.

A few months ago, footage also emerged of Mason Greenwood telling a fan to back off during a confrontation in a restaurant amid rape allegations.

Watch the video clip below as Greenwood gets taunted by a fan saying ‘quarantine’ and ‘sh***y a**e’ whilst out on a rare public appearance, with the player left reeling…

@simpshooter Greenwood confronted by traveller first time in public since the allegations #travellers #traveller #foryou #fyp #gypsy #bareknuckle #calthedragon #premierleague #premierleague #chelsea #masongreenwood #manchesterunited #manutd ♬ original sound – SimpShooter

Mason Greenwood was also spotted in April wearing a balaclava as he drove around Altrincham, Greater Manchester.

He was also seen outside his home in August as he tried to help retrieve his parents’ dog.

An onlooker is quoted by the Sun as saying: “Mason has been keeping a really low profile since his arrest.

“He found the accusations made against him really difficult to cope with.

“But his parents have been by his side every step of the way.

“They are all waiting for the police to make a decision and if the cops decide he has no case to answer then he can try and get on with his football career.”

Credit: The Sun
Mason Greenwood
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