John Stones’ ex Millie Savage accuses him of spying on her through CCTV as she calls cops on Man City and England ace

Posted Sunday, May 17, 2020 by

ENGLAND ace John Stones was spoken to by police after being accused of using CCTV to spy on his former Wag.

Furious Millie Savage, 25, called cops after receiving texts showing the Man City star was aware of activity at the £6million home they once shared.

John Stones’ ex Millie Savage accuses him of spying on her through CCTV as she calls cops on Man City and England ace
John Stones's ex Millie Savage called police over fears she was being watched through CCTV

A source said: “Millie was on her own and feared she was being watched. It left her feeling vulnerable.

Police then visited Stones at the end of last month and gave advice.

They also said Millie, mum to their three-year-old daughter, could break the coronavirus lockdown and isolate with her parents.

A source explained: “John moved out when they split but was still able to log in to the cameras at the house via the internet.

“Millie received texts which showed that John was aware of the comings and goings from the property.

“She felt as if she was being monitored and was obviously anxious.”

Millie contacted Cheshire Police last month.

Officers who visited Stones were satisfied no offence had been committed, and no further action was taken.

It is the latest clash between the former childhood sweethearts since they split in late 2018.

The £50million-rated player dumped Millie months after he helped England into the semi-finals of the World Cup in Russia.

He left the home, which he owns outright, and moved into a flat.

But he told Millie he would return at some point and she would have to find somewhere else to live.

He later began dating glamorous beautician Olivia Naylor, 30.

Last year, Stones and Olivia rented a £3.5million mansion in posh Prestbury, Cheshire — a short distance from his former home with Millie.

Stones continued to stay in contact with his ex due to their daughter.

The source added: “Millie felt she had no alternative but to contact the police for help about the messages. She’s there on her own and feared she was being watched.

“The CCTV covers the outside of the house as a security measure.

“It left her feeling vulnerable especially during the lockdown when everyone is on edge.

“Mille has had a tough time over the last 18 months but has got through it.

“She’s in a good place but this did leave her feeling alarmed. She accepts that John did not commit any offence.”

Before his £50million move to City, Stones was an England captain in waiting with the world at his feet.

He was admired across the world as one of the nation’s brightest — and most humble — stars of the future.

He and Millie met at school and the pair began dating at the age of 14, while he was a promising young player for Barnsley.

Millie was seen as a steadying influence as his career took off.

And friends pointed to her keeping him grounded when he signed from Everton in 2016.

Millie moved with him to Merseyside. But within months he was accused of cheating on her with events organiser Jessica Peaty, who claimed she romped with the player after meeting at a restaurant.

The defender denied the affair.

Millie, who was 4½ months pregnant at the time, gave him one last chance and Stones later got a tattoo of her on his arm.

He then jetted to the 2018 World Cup in Russia with Gareth Southgate’s England. Stones played a key role in guiding the nation to its first semi-final since 1990.

He even scored two in a 6-1 thrashing of Panama.

But months after returning from the tournament he ended his 11-year relationship with Millie, and later began dating beautician Olivia.

Stones has since offered to provide Millie with a new home.

He intends to return to the property they once shared — and plans to move in Olivia and her baby son. Stones is not the boy’s father.

The defender’s form for both club and country nosedived in the months that followed his split from Millie.

He was criticised for a gaffe-prone England performance in their 3-1 defeat by Holland in the Nations League semi-final last year.

The Sun on Sunday told at the time how jibes from fellow pros over his love life may have affected his game.

His place in the Three Lions team is no longer guaranteed.

And Man City manager Pep Guardiola appears to be losing patience with him at club level after a series of injuries.

Stones’s brush with the law came after his team-mate Kyle Walker had to apologise for lockdown breaches.

Walker admitted he drove from his £4million home in Prestbury to his sister’s in Rotherham, South Yorks, to celebrate her birthday.

He stayed for four hours, hugged her goodbye and then drove to his mum and dad’s home in Sheffield to collect home-cooked meals.

The previous month the player broke rules by partying with two sex workers and a friend.

Meanwhile ex-England captain Wayne Rooney was told off by cops after he, Walker and their families were reportedly seen strolling along a golf course during lockdown.

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