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Ryan Giggs attacks his ex-girlfriend detailed in court

Ryan Giggs attacks his ex-girlfriend detailed in court

Former Manchester United player Ryan Giggs allegedly kicked his ex-girlfriend and dragged her naked from her hotel room as part of a pattern of abusive behavior, the court said Friday.

Giggs, 47, appeared in Manchester court and pleaded not guilty to a charge of controlling and coercive conduct toward his ex-girlfriend from August 2017 to November 2020.

Giggs also pleaded not guilty to two assault charges related to an incident that occurred at his home in the Manchester area on November 1 last year, when he allegedly inflicted bodily harm on his ex-girlfriend and allegedly physically assaulted his sister. woman.

Details about Giggs’ alleged controlling and coercive conduct were read out by the clerk of court.

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At London’s Stafford Hotel, Giggs allegedly kicked his ex-girlfriend in the back, dragged her naked from her room and threw her purse at him after she accused him of flirting with another woman.

Giggs allegedly threatened to email his ex-girlfriend’s friends and employees about their sexual relationships.

After she tried to end the relationship, Giggs apparently showed up unannounced or invited to the woman’s home, her workplace and the gym. He is also accused of sending unsolicited messages and making unsolicited calls to her and her friends.

Giggs had previously denied all allegations and noted that he was “anxious to clear my name.”

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His conditions of bail have been extended and he is prohibited from contacting the two women or going to an address where they are located.

A pre-trial hearing was scheduled for October 8 and the start of the trial was set for January 24.

Giggs is on leave from his position as coach of the Wales national team, with which he had 64 appearances as a player.

He scored a record 963 goals for Manchester United before retiring in 2014. He is also a co-owner of English fourth division club Salford. (AP)

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