Giggs accused of kicking his ex-girlfriend in the back, and then throwing her out of hotel room naked

Posted Saturday, July 24, 2021 by

Giggs accused of kicking his ex-girlfriend in the back, and then throwing her out of hotel room naked

Former Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs appeared at the Manchester Crown Court, where he denied for the second time that he assaulted his ex-girlfriend Kate Greville and her youngster sister, Emma Greville.

Giggs denied any controlling or coercive behaviour towards his partner between August 2017 and 2020.

According to the details of an incident which allegedly took place at the Stafford Hotel in London, Giggs is accused of allegedly "kicking [Kate Greville] in the back, and then throwing her out of the hotel bedroom naked, followed by throwing her bag at her when she accused him of flirting with other women."

The former Wales manager also allegedly:

- Messaged her and/or blocked her when she was on nights out with others, or she asked about his relationship with others.

- Threatened to send e-mails to her friends and her employers about her sexual relationship and behaviour.

- Threw her belongings out of his house when she questioned him about relationships with other women.

- Sent constant unwanted messages and made constant unwanted calls to her and her friends when she tried to break off the relationship.

- After she had tried to break off the relationship, regularly turned up unannounced and uninvited at her home, workplace and gym.

Giggs denies allegations

After being charged, Giggs issued a statement through which he denied all the allegations and expressed his hope to clear his name.

This has been the second time in which Giggs pleads not guilty, after he was released on bail last April.

Giggs will go to trial at the Manchester Crown Court on January 24, 2022, with a third hearing having been scheduled to take place on October 8 in the same court.

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