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Mason Greenwood’s accuser breaks her silence over rape and GBH allegations

Mason Greenwood’s accuser breaks her silence over the rape and GBH allegations aimed at the Manchester United footballer.

Alleged rape victim Harriet Robson shares her first post and in it, thanks everyone for their “support” after Greenwood, 20, was released on bail.

The 18 year old student revealed that the past week has been “difficult” for her and she will not be making any more statements pending the police investigation.

Pulse Nigeria on Twitter: "TRENDING: Manchester United forward, Mason  Greenwood has been accused of domestic violence by his girlfriend Harriet  Robson. https://t.co/V1UYi8li8g" / Twitter

Greenwood was first arrested on suspicion of rape and GBH on Sunday, before spending three nights being questioned by police after he was re-arrested on suspicion of sexual assault and threats to kill.

His alleged victim has since 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.”

Greenwood was released on bail pending further investigation on Wednesday, but he has not been seen since, though reports suggest he has toughened up security at his luxury mansion in Bowdon, Greater Manchester.

An expert also arrived to install a £350 home security system, which can record up to eight CCTV cameras.

Two security guards were spotted standing watch outside the property and an expert was also seen arriving to installing a £350 home security system.

Greenwood was suspended indefinitely from the Red Devils hours after the allegations surfaced on social media.

Manager Ralf Rangnick spoke on his striker’s arrest Thursday at a press conference ahead of Friday’s FA Cup clash with Middlesbrough.

He suggested players have been discussing the incident when asked if it had been “distracting”.

The German added: “We had a good normal week of training with five training sessions including today’s training, obviously it was a topic within the team but they’re human beings and Mason was part of the group before we had our break.

“It was a good week of training, we could train under normal circumstances and we are looking forward to the game tomorrow.”

Manchester United star Mason Greenwood accused of attacking girlfriend -  Daily Record

Jesse Lingard had been rumoured to be departing in the January transfer window after warming the bench for the majority of the season.

However Rangnick confirmed Greenwood’s arrest was one of the factors in J Lingz staying at the club.

It comes as Greenwood’s teammates returned to training after the winter break, several of his teammates have also unfollowed Greenwood on social media after the images came to light.

Security staff, thought to have been provided by Utd, were present at a second home he owns nearby and they confirmed that his parents were inside.

In a statement, Man Utd said: “Manchester United reiterates its strong condemnation of violence of any kind.

“As previously communicated, Mason Greenwood will not train with, or play for, the club until further notice.”

A source confirmed £75,000-a-week Greenwood will still receive his wages while on suspension.

England manager Gareth Southgate has ruled out even considering him for selection until all legal proceedings are over, while Man Utd have also reiterated that Greenwood will not play for the club or train until further notice.

All his merchandise has been dropped from the official club site in the wake of the allegations and if supporters wanting to exchange shirts bearing his name can now do so for free.

Rape and sexual abuse helplines

For Women (See below for Rape, Sexual Abuse & Personal Safety Abroad) 


Help after rape and sexual assault

Sexual Abuse Referral Centres – Find a SARC

Sexual violence is a crime, no matter who commits it or where it happens.  Don’t be afraid to get help.

SARCs are specialist medical and forensic services for anyone who has been raped or sexually assaulted.  They aim to be one-stop service, providing the following under one roof: medical care and forensic examination following assault/rape and, in some locations, sexual health services. Medical Services are free of charge and provided to women, men, young people and children.

Rape Crisis 

Helpline:  0808 802 9999 (12-2.30 & 7-9.30)


Live chat helpline

National Organisation offering support and counselling for those affected by rape and sexual abuse. 

See website for local groups or contact directory enquiries.

Victim Support

Supportline: 08 08 16 89 111

Rape and sexual assault

Our services are confidential, free and available to anyone who’s been raped or sexually assaulted, now or in the past. We can help, regardless of whether you have told the police or anyone else about the attack.  Our volunteers can visit you at home (if you want us to, and if doing so will not put you at further risk) or somewhere else if you prefer. If you don’t want to see anyone face-to-face, you can also talk to us on the ‘phone, either at one of our local offices or at the national Victim Supportline.

Women Against Rape


This is the joint website of  Women Against Rape and Black Women’s Rape Action Project. Both organisations are based on self-help and provide support, legal information and advocacy. We campaign for justice and protection for all women and girls, including asylum seekers, who have suffered sexual, domestic and/or racist violence.

The Survivors Trust

Helpline: 0808 801 0818


Find support

Rape and sexual abuse can happen to anyone regardless of their age, gender, race, religion, culture or social status.  Living with the consequences of rape and sexual abuse can be devastating. We believe that all survivors are entitled to receive the best possible response to their needs whether or not they choose to report.

Women’s Aid Federation


Chat to us Women’s Aid is the national domestic violence charity that helps up to 250,000 women and children every year.  We work to end violence against women and children, and support over 500 domestic and sexual violence services across the country.

For Men

Survivors UK – Male Rape and Sexual Abuse Support


We understand the effect which male rape and sexual abuse can have upon those who are forced to experience it, and we’re well aware of the traumatic process which it can set in motion. If you are a man who has suffered sexual abuse or rape in the past, you can turn to us for help. We have a range of support options to help you recover from your experience and put the past behind you.

Rape Crisis 

Helpline: 0808 802 9999 (12-2.30 & 7-9.30)


National Organisation offering support and counselling for those affected by rape and sexual abuse. 

Many Rape Crisis Centres provide support services for men and boys who have experienced sexual violence, as a child and/or as an adult. Rape Crisis Centres that do not provide services for men or boys will be able to give you information about relevant support organisations.  See website for local groups or contact directory enquiries.  

Rape, Sexual Abuse & Personal Safety Abroad 

Foreign & Commonwealth Office

Rape & Sexual Assault Abroad – Returning to the UK

Support for British Nationals Abroad

Rape and sexual assault can happen to women and men of all ages and backgrounds. While most visits abroad are trouble-free, we are becoming more aware of people being sexually assaulted whilst they are overseas.  Sexual assault is a very traumatic experience whenever and wherever it happens, but the trauma can be made even more difficult to deal with when it happens abroad.  We will be as helpful as we can to anyone who tells us they have had sex against their wishes or been attacked by someone wanting sex.

Rape Crisis Network Europe


RCNE is the network of European rape crisis centres.  We aim to make sure that anyone who experiences sexual violence can get the help they need.  We are active in influencing policy, standards and legislation through European governments and non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

All member centres share a ‘survivor-centred’ and anti-discriminatory approach.

Personal Safety Advice Abroad

When travelling abroad, most people are keen to relax and unwind. Travellers, tourists and foreign businessmen and women can be prime targets for criminals, however. In order to minimise stress on your holiday or trip, take time to plan your personal safety strategy in advance. From keeping your valuables safe to avoiding violence, a little forethought may save you from becoming a victim of crime.

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