- According to reports, Mason Greenwood was arrested on suspicion of breaching bail
- A 21-year-old Manchester United striker was arrested after images of him appeared online in January
- After contacting the alleged victim, it is believed he violated bail conditions
According to reports, Mason Greenwood was arrested on suspicion of violating his bail conditions after he was arraigned on charges of making threats to kill.
Images and videos posted online in January led to the 21-year-old’s arrest.
As a result of contacting his alleged victim, Greenwood is believed to have breached his bail conditions.
He faces allegations of threatening to kill an 18-year-old student.
Officers descended on Greenwood’s £15,000-a-month home today in Bowden, Manchester, to interview him, The Sun reports.
At a private hearing at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court in June, the football star’s bail was extended.
After the closed court hearing in June, the police did not say when it would run out.
It was on January 22 that he last played for Manchester United.
As a result of the club’s previous statement, it was forced to apologize for condoning violence.
The club suspended Greenwood following an investigation by the police, but he still receives his salary of £75,000 per week.
A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Police has been contacted.