England an Manchester United footballer Mason Greenwood remains suspended for assault charges, probe still on

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Thursday, June 16, 2022, 02:50 PM IST
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Mason Greenwood and ex-girlfriend Harriet Robson | Pic: Twitter

England and Manchester United footballer Mason Greenwood continues to be on suspension and on bail, following his arrest in January for suspicion of rape and assault.

Reports suggested Greenwood was acquitted and could join United on next month's pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia, under new boss Erik ten Hag.

But United sources confirmed Greenwood remains on bail, the police investigation is ongoing and the player is still suspended.

Greenwood was accused of allegedly sexually assaulting and abusing his ex-girlfriend.

In a series of stories on Instagram, Harriet Robson brought to light the crime.

Robson attached gruesome images of her wounds as proof and even went on to include a series of audiotapes, with Greenwood allegedly forcing himself on the young woman.

Manchester United had suspended Greenwood since then.

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