Giggs charged with assault on ex-girlfriend


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15 Apr 2013
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Manchester City
Update on this lovely character.

"Former Manchester United footballer Ryan Giggs will face trial next year accused of deliberately headbutting his ex-girlfriend and controlling her throughout their relationship.

In a 15-minute hearing at Manchester Crown Court this morning the date was fixed for proceedings to take place at the same court on January 24.

It is alleged that Giggs, 47, assaulted Kate Greville, 36, and caused her actual bodily harm at his home in Worsley, Greater Manchester, on November 1 last year.

Wales boss Giggs, who will not manage the team at Euro 2020 after being charged with the offences, is also said to have engaged in controlling and coercive behaviour towards her between December 2017 and November 2020, namely that he used violence, isolation, belittling, humiliation, harassment, degradation and abuse.

In the hearing before Judge Nicholas Dean QC, the Honorary Recorder of Manchester, Giggs was not asked to enter his formal pleas but has denied all the allegations and previously issued a statement in which he said he would “look forward to clearing my name”.

A plea and trial preparation hearing was fixed for July 23 ahead of the trial which is estimated to last up to three weeks.

The court heard the prosecution had raised the issue of jury selection but Judge Dean said he tended to agree with Giggs’s defence counsel Lisa Roberts QC that “in effect we need to trust jurors that this case is nothing to do with football or allegiance to a public team”.

He added it would be a matter for the trial judge.

Referring to the trial date, Judge Dean said: “It’s obviously regrettable that it is so far in the future but it is the best we can do in all the circumstances.”

Giggs, wearing a blue suit and tie, spoke only to confirm his name shortly after he entered the dock in Court 6.

He remains on conditional bail and must not contact Kate or Emma Greville, or go to any address where they are."

Edward Deadwood

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5 Jan 2016
All the way to Porto

Not Istanbul this time

City champs of Europe

Giggsy goes down for his crime

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6 Oct 2018
i appreciate this thread is about Giggs but the deeper issue of waiting times for victims and the accused is a scandal which the Gvmt are doing well to dodge at the moment. The challenge of wait times has been exacerbated by Covid but the roots are in the government pre covid cuts to funding. There are over 50,000 cases delayed in the pipeline and some serious cases are taking over four years to reach court. Imagine the impact on the victims and the accused. I actually believe the Giggs case has been fast tracked.
Giggs aside the next victim / accused could be you or me. It’s another example of Tory disregard for the working fundamentals of our society.


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21 Aug 2014
Looking at the tan he doesn't give a sh1t, he may he in for one hell of a shock in January, welcome to HMP Manchester Ryan, here's your soap

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