Harry Maguire Got Into 'Mykonos Brawl' After Sister Was 'Stabbed In The Arm'
Manchester United captain Harry Maguire allegedly attacked Greek police after his younger sister, Daisy, was stabbed in the arm during a bar fight.
The England international was involved in an incident on the Greek island of Mykonos which resulted in three arrests, including Maguire.
Greek outlet Mykonos Voice have claimed the brawl started when rival fans shouted 'F*** United' in Maguire's direction.
Maguire's sister was then stabbed with a 'sharp object' which resulted in the 27-year-old stepping in to defend her.
Maguire was "verbally abusive to an officer and then hit him" while trying to explain the situation when police arrived.
He spent two nights in a Greek jail but has been declared a free man 'for the time being' and is allowed to return to England, per his lawyer.
A source told The Sun: "There was a group of guys who had been chanting at Harry on Wednesday night, but it was a bit of banter.
"On Thursday they were more aggressive, saying, 'F*** United'.
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"They were trying to wind him up. They were also trying to mess around with a group of girls there.
Harry Maguire a few hours before getting arrested. Can already see few idiots chanting and him trying to stay out the way of it all. pic.twitter.com/fArAFKfRg5- Breezy :beginner: (@UtdBreezy) August 21, 2020
"Harry got upset. They told Harry, 'F*** United' again and a brawl started with Harry's mates.
"Two or three more police came but Harry was so strong and upset that they couldn't pin him down.
"He was screaming at them, they had a really hard time - at least one police officer was hurt.
"It took more than five officers to get him down."
As per a statement from Greek police, there was also a bribery attempt made after the three individuals "strongly resisted, pushing and hitting three police officers" upon their arrival at the police station.
Maguire has also strongly denied the bribery allegations.
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