Ryan Giggs trial: Video of footballer’s arrest played to court

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Ryan Giggs had “blood around his mouth” after he allegedly headbutted his ex-girlfriend, a court has heard, as the ex-footballer’s assault trial was shown video footage of his arrest.

The court was also played two 999 calls recorded when officers responded to reports of a “domestic disturbance” at the former Manchester United player’s home in November 2020.

Giggs denies using controlling and coercive behaviour against his ex-girlfriend Kate Greville over a three-year period, as well as assaulting her and her sister Emma.

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