Mason Greenwood remanded in custody and will appear in court next month
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Mason Greenwood will be remanded in custody for the next five weeks, after his next court date was confirmed as November 21st.
Greenwood was charged with attempted rape, controlling and coercive behaviour, and assault on Saturday, following a third arrest.
On Monday afternoon, the 21-year-old appeared in Manchester Magistrates’ Court over the charges and was told he would remain in custody for the next five weeks.
He will next appear in court on November 21st, having been arrested at the weekend for breaching his bail conditions, on Saturday October 15th.
All three charges that the Manchester United forward is facing relate to the same woman.
Greenwood was initially arrested at the end of January, after images and video were posted online and went viral on social media.
The forward has been suspended ever since by United, and hasn't played or trained since his initial arrest on January 30th.
His last appearance for the club came on January 22nd, in a 1-0 win against West Ham United, in which Marcus Rashford scored an injury time winner.
He was first put on bail and in June that was extended, as Greater Manchester Police continued their investigations into the allegations.
The former England international, who was dropped by Gareth Southgate after an incident in Iceland in 2020, lost his sponsorship deal with Nike and was removed by EA Sports from FIFA 22, and doesn't appear on the latest version of the game.
On Monday he appeared in court, with members of his family sat in the public gallery, wearing a grey hooded jumper and grey jogging bottoms,
He spoke only to confirm his name, address and date of birth, before being told that he would remain in custody until next month.
The Bradford born footballer's legal team told reporters they would be submitting a further bail application.
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