Angry Mason Greenwood clashes with fan as he waits to find out if he will face rape charges with police set to report to the CPS ‘within days’ following his arrest on suspicion of sex assault
Footage has emerged of a football fan taunting Manchester United star Mason Greenwood, who is set to find out within days if he will face rape charges.
The video shows the man shouting ‘quarantine’ and ‘sh***y a**e’ at the forward, who swipes his hand for the man to go away.
Police are due to ‘imminently’ submit a report to the Crown Prosecution Service after the 20-year-old England international was arrested on suspicion of sex assault and threats to kill, the Mirror said.
Greenwood was released on bail last month before being abruptly dumped by sponsors Nike without receiving a penny of compensation, Sportsmail exclusively revealed in February.
Speaking to The Sun, a source claimed: ‘He’s still on bail but things are at an advanced stage. The police and CPS are currently discussing if there is a case or not to bring against him.
‘There comes a point where a decision has to be made and things have reached that point.’
A decision on whether Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood will face rape charges is set to come within days, sources have claimed
Greenwood was also removed from video games such as FIFA 22 and Football Manager 2022, as well as United’s app.
Earlier this month Greenwood was pictured for the first time since he was arrested, driving his car in Altrincham, Greater Manchester.
He remains on bail pending further investigation. GMP confirmed the bail will expire on April 30, and could then be extended, Manchester Evening News reports.
Greenwood swipes his hand for the man to go away in the video, shared on Tiktok
Earlier this month Greenwood was pictured for the first time since he was arrested, driving his car in Altrincham, Greater Manchester
Officers arrived at Greenwood’s £14,000-a-month Cheshire mansion on January 31 after seeing a woman reporting claims of physical violence and sexual threats on social media.
The footballer was then arrested on suspicion of rape and assault of an 18-year-old student.
He was further arrested on February 2 on suspicion of sexual assault and threats to kill, but bailed pending further investigation.
Greenwood, who is regarded as one of England’s most talented young footballers, was suspended – on his full £75,000-a-week pay deal – by United following the arrest.