Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood was released on bail after being arrested.

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Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood was released on bail after being arrested on suspicion of rape, assault and murder threats.

The club has suspended Mason Greenwood “until further notice” following a leveled allegation against the forward.

Greater Manchester Police (GMP) confirmed Wednesday morning that Greenwood had been released from detention while waiting for an ongoing investigation.

“On Sunday, January 30, 2022, a 20-year-old man arrested for raping and assaulting a woman was released on bail until further investigation was conducted,” a GMP statement said.

It will come after Manchester United confirms that Greenwood will not be involved in the club for the time being over the weekend.

“Mason Greenwood will not return to training or games until further notice,” the club said in a statement on Sunday.

In a previous statement, Old Trafford revealed that it was aware of the “images and claims” appearing on social media in connection with the age of 20. A United spokesman said the club “does not tolerate any form of violence.

A GMP statement confirmed last week that a man in his twenties was arrested on suspicion of rape and assault.

“Greater Manchester police were informed early today about online images and videos on social media posted by women reporting incidents of physical violence,” the statement said on Sunday.

“The investigation has begun, and the investigation has confirmed that a man in his twenties has been arrested on suspicion of rape and assault.

He remains in custody for interrogation. The investigation is ongoing.” The GMP was then given additional time to question Greenwood, who was detained while being questioned about the allegations.

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This extension ended on Wednesday. Sunday’s GMP statement said, “Avoid commenting and sharing images that could jeopardize the victim’s lifetime anonymity and risking live investigations with proactive procedures. I’m calling on people. ”

 

 

 

 


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