Harry Maguire found guilty of aggravated assault, resisting arrest and bribery


Harry Maguire has been found GUILTY of aggravated assault, resisting arrest, and repeated attempts of bribery.

The Manchester United captain was arrested in Greece on Thursday after he was reportedly involved in an altercation outside a Mykonos nightclub.

Further details emerged in court on Tuesday afternoon.

It's believed that a brawl took place at the police station, with officers allegedly kicking the Man Utd star on the leg while telling him: "Your career is over".

A member of Maguire's group is alleged to have thrown the first punch after one of the defendants in question said "f***, f*** the police".

The court also heard that Harry had said to officers: "Do you know who I am? I am the captain of Manchester United, I am very rich, I can give you money, I can pay you, please let us go".

He then said: "Please, let me go, I am very rich, I can pay, I am the leader of Manchester United."

Maguire, alongside Joe Maguire and pal Chris Sharman were convicted of all charges.

Sky's Martha Kelner has been providing updates on the court case throughout Tuesday. Check out her updates below:

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The bribery charges carry a maximum sentence of up to three years in jail and a fine.

Giving evidence trial in Syros was friend Ashden Morley, who said: "We held Daisy. Daisy began to start fitting. All the girls were screaming.

“People were coming down asking what happened, there was a large commotion."

Maguire then allegedly tried to book a minibus to take them to the hospital but it ended up taking them to the police station.

We wait to hear news of quite what Maguire's sentence will be...

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