Mason Greenwood was found guilty of attempted rape, coercive behavior, and bodily injury by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). On Saturday, he was taken into custody on the grounds that he may have violated his bail terms.

The Manchester United forward Mason Greenwood will not appear in court until Monday morning after spending the rest of the weekend in jail. On Saturday, Greenwood was put on trial for rape, using coercive or controlling behavior, and assault that actually caused bodily harm.

The subject of each count is the same person. The Manchester United striker is also being looked at for allegedly breaking the terms of his parole by getting in touch with the alleged victim.

After receiving approval from the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) for the case to move forward, Greater Manchester Police prosecuted the football player. On Sunday morning, GMP announced that Greenwood will remain behind bars until his initial hearing.

Since his arrest in January on charges of rape, assault, and making a threat to kill someone and subsequent release on bail, the 21-year-old has not appeared for Manchester United.

Manchester United reported that Mason Greenwood had been charged with a felony by the Crown Prosecution Service in a statement issued on Saturday.

The club has suspended him while we wait for the outcome of the legal processes. Janet Potter, the Deputy Chief Crown Prosecutor at CPS North West, confirmed this on Saturday.

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