Ryan Giggs had to wait until Tuesday to find out after his ‘ex-attack’ as jury sent home for a long weekend

RYAN Giggs will have to wait at least until Tuesday to find out his fate after sending the jury home for Bank Holiday weekend.

The Manchester United legend, 48, is accused of headbutting his ex-girlfriend Kate Greville, 38, and coercing her over a three-year period.

Ryan Giggs will find out his fate next week

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Ryan Giggs will find out his fate next weekcredit: Getty
He is accused of hitting former Kate Greville's head

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He is accused of hitting former Kate Greville’s head

He is also accused of assaulting her sister, Emma, ​​26, on the same night.

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

The jury came out to begin consideration of its verdict on Tuesday.

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

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It comes after the trial was postponed yesterday when a juror called in sick.

They have now been dismissed as the deliberations of the remaining 11 members continue.

Giggs’ trial was scheduled for January but was postponed by eight months due to the Covid backlog.

The former Wales boss denies causing real physical harm to Kate and engaging in controlling and coercive behavior between December 2017 and November 2020.

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

Giggs first met Kate Greville when she was working in PR for his Hotel Football business

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Giggs first met Kate Greville when she was working in PR for his Hotel Football business



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