Ryan Giggs faces tense wait as jury enters into fourth day of deliberations over assault trial | The Sun

RYAN Giggs was today facing a tense wait as jurors continue deliberating his fate.

The ex-Man Utd star, 48, stood trial accused of headbutting his ex-girlfriend Kate Greville, 38.

He is also charged with coercively controlling her over three years and attacking her sister Emma, 26.

Giggs was pictured arriving at Manchester Crown Court today where the jury is still considering its verdict.

They are now on the fourth day of deliberations after they were sent out last Tuesday.

Yesterday the judge gave a majority direction – meaning she will now accept a verdict on which ten of the panel are agreed.

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One juror has been dismissed after falling ill.

The trial had already been pushed back from January owing to a Covid backlog.

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

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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