Benjamin Mendy Pleads Not Guilty To Rape At Chester Court! (Details)
Benjamin Mendy, a Manchester City defender, has pleaded not guilty to charges of rape in court, MySportDab reports.
Mendy is facing an 8-count charge bordering on rape and sexual assault. The Manchester City defender has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Mendy appeared in Crown court in Chester to answer the charges against him.
Mendy has already denied all the accusations against him, including sexual assault, attempted rape, and rape.
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He is facing one count charge of sexual assault, one count charge of attempted rape, and a seven-count charge of rape.
Mendy has denied the 10th charge, which relates to the complainant, and has been reported although he has not been informed.
Mendy is said to have committed the offense against 7 different women between October and August of 2018.
The 28-year-old will subsequently stand trial with co-defendant Louis Saha Matturie.
20 media personnel were in the court, which will subsequently conduct a hearing on the case on Thursday.
The jury for the case will be selected on Wednesday, and all the women involved in the case are reportedly anonymous and cannot be identified.
Mendy joined Manchester City from Monaco in 2017in a deal worth £52m. He has been suspended by the club since the police investigation into the case began.