Manchester United legend, Gary Neville is reportedly facing a contempt of court action over a comment he made during his friend Ryan Giggs’ domestic violence trial. This was recently revealed by Mail Online, and fans have been reacting.
According to reports, the former England star and Sky Sports pundit has been referred to Attorney General Suella Braverman by Judge Hilary Manley over a remark seen as referring to Giggs’ trial – though it is understood Neville has insisted he was speaking about the directors of their former club, Manchester United.
Peter Wright QC, prosecuting said comments “by a member of the public who has a direct connection with this case” had been brought to his attention, adding that, “This may be a matter that requires immediate action so far as that individual is concerned.”
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