No Further Action To Be Taken Accused Footballer

Rape allegations made against Newcastle United footballer Loic Remy, have been dropped.

Police say that no further action will be taken against the 27-year-old.

Remy was arrested last May along with two other men following allegations that a woman had been attacked in west London.

All three accused were told on Thursday that the case was being dropped and they would face no further action.


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