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Ryan Giggs WILL stand trial again: Ex-Man Utd star faces one other court docket battle subsequent July accused of assaulting ex-girlfriend Kate Greville and controlling and coercive behaviour
- Former Manchester United star Ryan Giggs will must stand trial throughout again
- Faces costs of assault and controlling and coercive behaviour towards his ex
- But he now has agonising wait of at the very least ten months to study his destiny at a retrial
- Jury within the case failed to achieve a verdict final week following a three-week trial
Ryan Giggs will must stand trial throughout again, going through costs of assault and controlling and coercive behaviour towards his ex-girlfriend, it was introduced at present.
But the previous Manchester United and Wales footballer now has an agonising wait of at the very least ten months to study his destiny at a retrial.
The retrial choice got here after the Crown Prosecution Service determined it will pursue a prosecution towards the previous Manchester United and Wales footballer after a jury failed to achieve a verdict final week following a three-week trial.
The former Wales coach, 48, is accused of assaulting Kate Greville, 38, and her 26-year-old sister Emma amid a booze-fuelled argument at Giggs’ multi-million pound house in Worsley.
He additionally stands accused of coercive and controlling behaviour in the direction of PR govt Greville over three years – costs which he denies.
Former Manchester United footballer Ryan Giggs at Manchester Crown Court on August 31
Giggs’ case had already been examined at Manchester Crown Court all through the month of August however the trial collapsed after the jury failed to achieve a verdict after 20 hours of deliberations.
But his new court docket trial will be delayed till at the very least July of subsequent 12 months, that means the previous Man Utd winger now faces an agonising wait to study his destiny.
After near a complete day of deliberation, the seven ladies and 4 males on the jury at Manchester Crown Court have been discharged after failing to achieve a verdict on August 31.
There have been solely 11 jurors as a result of one turned unwell and was discharged.
Giggs is accused of assaulting Kate Greville (pictured), 38, and her 26-year-old sister Emma
The listening to, which lasted 17 days, is estimated to have price the taxpayer greater than £100,000.
The former footballer dropped his head and appeared crestfallen when an earliest provisional retrial date of June 5 was relayed to the court docket.
Giggs’ mom, Lynne, who has supported her son all through and seemed on from the general public gallery, held her head in her fingers.
Outside court docket she mentioned her son’s life was ‘on maintain’.
Giggs denied one rely of controlling and coercive behaviour and two offences of assault.