New scandal in England. Mason Greenwood was arrested and taken into custody on Sunday after accusations of rape and violence by his companion through photos and videos posted on social networks. The striker has also been suspended until further notice by Manchester United.
The case is currently making a lot of noise on the other side of the Channel. Harriet Robson denounced, on the night of Saturday to Sunday, the acts of violence she allegedly suffered from the England international by sharing photos of her bloody face and mouth, as well as her body covered in hematomas. “To anyone who wants to know what Mason Greenwood is doing to me,” she captioned.
On her Instagram, Harriet Robson accuses Mason Greenwood, her boyfriend, of beating her and forcing her to have sex. pic.twitter.com/NkH8aILhLN
— Manchester United (@MUnitedFR) January 30, 2022
She also posted an audio recording to denounce a forced sexual relationship he allegedly had with the former Borussia Dortmund player (20) last October. In this recording, we hear a man say: “Move your fucking legs”. And the young woman to answer: “No, I don’t want to make love”. “I don’t care what you want, little shit”, then launches the man. These publications were deleted a few moments later by the young woman.
Mason Greenwood forcing his ex girlfriend to have sex with him recorded… this is genuinely sickening to hear pic.twitter.com/t5hkvfv4HJ
– ً (@erlingtxt) January 30, 2022
During the day, Manchester City Police said that after being made aware of allegations of abuse posted on social media, a young man in his twenties was arrested on counts of rape and assault. She added that the man in question had been taken into custody for questioning, without naming the Manchester United player.
Earlier, the club from the north of England had indicated that it was aware of “images and allegations circulating on social networks” and recalled that it “does not condone violence of any kind”. And after refusing “to further comment until the facts have been established”, the Mancunian formation indicated that the player “will not return to training, nor will he play matches until further notice. “.