The Manchester Crown Court has taken a decision after Mason Greenwood appeared in court today for a hearing, MySportDab reports.
The Manchester United star was driven in a van into the court premises to answer charges leveled against him.
Greenwood confirmed his name, date of birth, and address before the court with his family members spotted in the court’s public gallery to support him.
The victim was also in attendance as the court sits for a hearing of the highly-publicized case.
A report reaching us confirms that the court has decided to remand Mason Greenwood in custody, and he has been denied another bail. (Source; TalkSport)
The court also ruled that Mason Greenwood will reappear before the court for another hearing on November 21, 2022.
District Judge Mark Hadfield reportedly refused to grant Greenwood bail while ordering his reappearance before the court on the abovementioned date.
Greenwood was first arrested in January when videos were posted online showing him assaulting his girlfriend.
He has been charged with rape, assault, and controlling and coercive behavior toward his victim.
According to reports, Greenwood may likely face life imprisonment if convicted of the said charges.
After his first arrest in January, Greenwood was granted bail and had been living on low key on the bail conditions.
The Man United star was rearrested after the Police confirmed that he had breached his bail condition by making contact with his victim.
Debunking reports of Greenwood’s imminent return to Old Trafford, Manchester United issued a statement stating that Greenwood remains suspended from the team pending the outcome of Police investigations into the case.
Greenwood last played for Manchester United in a 1-0 win over West Ham. He was the youngest Man United player to feature in the Champions League for the Red Devils, playing in 2019 at age 17.