Ryan Giggs forced to wait until Tuesday to learn fate after 'attacking ex' as jury sent home for long weekend | The Sun

RYAN Giggs will have to wait until at least Tuesday to discover his fate after jurors were sent home for the Bank Holiday weekend.

The Manchester United legend, 48, is accused of butting his ex-girlfriend Kate Greville, 38, and coercively controlling her over three years.

He is also charged with assaulting her sister Emma, 26, on the same night.

He was arrested at his £1.7million mansion in Worsley, Gtr Manchester, on November 1, 2020.

The jury went out to begin considering its verdict on Tuesday.

They were sent home today for the long weekend – meaning Giggs will have to wait until at least Tuesday for a verdict.

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It comes after the trial was adjourned yesterday when a juror phoned in sick.

They have now been dismissed with the 11 remaining members continuing deliberations.

Giggs’s trial was scheduled for January but was delayed for eight months owing to a Covid backlog.

The former Wales boss denies causing Kate actual bodily harm and engaging in controlling and coercive behaviour between December 2017 and November 2020.

He has also pleaded not guilty to the common assault by beating of Emma Greville on November 1.

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