Man Utd’s skipper Harry Maguire’s sister Daisy was injected with ‘rape drug’ by Albanians before it all kicked off on Mykonos

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Enterprise News and Pictures 25/8/20 Pic shows: Daisy Maguire, sister of Man Utd captain Harry Maguire, who was allegedly injected with an unknown substance by two Albanian men, which sparked a brawl in Mykonos, Greece, last Thursday, which ended in the arrest for the footballer. The incident in Mykonos Old Town led to Maguire, his brother Joe and their friend Christopher Sharman, spending two nights behind bars before being bailed. A court hearing has begun today in Syros, Greece, despite an attempt by Maguire's lawyer to get the case postponed and defence lawyer Alexandros Anagnostakis has told the court Daisy Maguire was approached by 'two Albanian men' and was 'injected with an unknown substance,' which caused her to faint. Harry Maguire, his brother and Mr Sharman are then said to have called for a vehicle to pick them up and take them to hospital, but were taken to a police station instead where Maguire was kicked in the leg by a police officer and told "his career was over," according to the account given by Maguire's lawyer. The prosecution claim one member of the Maguire group shouted: "F***, f*** the police," and then lashed out, striking a police officer. One officer is said to have received injuries to his leg and back when Maguire became angry and pushed him over after being placed in handcuffs. The prosecution also say Maguire tried to avoid arrest saying: Do you know who I am? I am the captain of Manchester United, I am very rich. I can give you money. I can pay you. Please let us go.' The trio have been charged with assaulting a police officer and assault and Harry and Joe Maguire have also been charged with attempted bribery. Harry Maguire and Christopher Sharman face additional charges of verbal assault. They deny all the allegations. Maguire was not in court as he flew back to the UK at the weekend. His dad Alan was in court for the proceedings. Defence lawyer M

Man Utd captain Harry Maguire’s sister Daisy, was allegedly injected with some sort of ‘rape drug’ by two Albanian men, which sparked a brawl on Mykonos, Greece, last Thursday, which ended in the arrest of the footballer.

Daisy’s eyes rolled to the back of her head and she began fitting after the injection, which provoked panic and screaming from her female friends. The Man Utd star and his group of friends then rushed over to help.

Daisy on Mykonos last Wednesday                                      Instagram/daisssmaguire_

Friend Ashden Morley gave evidence at a court hearing which began today in neighbouring Greek island Syros.

Harry Maguire’s fiancée Fern Hawkins saw Daisy’s eyes ‘rolling into the back of her head.’

Harry Maguire with his fiancée Fern Hawkins                     Instagram/harrymaguire93

Ashden Morley told the hearing: “We held Daisy. Daisy began to start fitting. All the girls were screaming. People were coming down asking what happened, there was a large commotion.”

The incident, which occurred in Mykonos Old Town, led to Harry Maguire, his brother Joe and their friend Christopher Sharman, spending two nights behind bars before the were bailed.

Defence lawyer Alexandros Anagnostakis told the court earlier today that Daisy Maguire was approached by ‘two Albanian men’ and was ‘injected with an unknown substance,’ which caused her to faint.

Daisy Maguire                                                                Instagram/daisssmaguire_

Harry Maguire, his brother and Mr Sharman are then said to have called for a minibus they had booked to pick them up, to now take them to hospital, but they were taken to a police station instead where Maguire was kicked in the leg by a police officer and told “his career was over,” according to the account given by Maguire’s lawyer.

The prosecution claim one member of the Maguire group shouted: “F***, f*** the police,” and then lashed out, striking a police officer.

One officer is said to have received injuries to his leg and back when Maguire became angry and pushed him over after being placed in handcuffs.

Harry Maguire with his fiancée Fern Hawkins                          Instagram/harrymaguire93

Mr Morley, 27, a quantity surveyor, told the court that they told the driver of the minibus  to take them to hospital, but they realised they were being followed by two cars before the minibus pulled up in a courtyard.

Harry Maguire with his sister Daisy                                Instagram/harrymaguire93

“Our bus door opened and five or six males tried to force us off the bus by physically pulling us,” Mr Morley said.

Joe Maguire

He added that they were then struck with batons, kicked and stamped on and thought they were being kidnapped or held for ‘ransom.’ A police officer is said to have then kicked Maguire in the leg and told him: “Your career is over.”

Harry Maguire and Daisy                                                Instagram/harrymaguire93

The prosecution said Maguire tried to avoid arrest by bribery and by boasting of his wealth, saying: Do you know who I am? I am the captain of Manchester United, I am very rich. I can give you money. I can pay you. Please let us go.’

Harry Maguire (bottom left) and his brothers Laurence (bottom right) and Joe (top left), and their friend Christopher Sharman (bearded back centre)

The trio have been charged with assaulting a police officer and assault and Harry and Joe Maguire have also been charged with attempted bribery. Harry Maguire and Christopher Sharman face additional charges of verbal assault. They deny all the allegations.

Man Utd captain Harry Maguire (left) and his brothers Laurence (right) and Joe (top right), who has his arm around their friend Christopher Sharman (top left)

Maguire was not in court as he flew back to the UK at the weekend. His dad Alan was in court for the proceedings.

Man Utd captain Harry Maguire (right) and his brothers Laurence (left) and Joe (centre)

Defence lawyer Mr Anagnostakis had asked to delay the proceedings, stating he had video evidence showing that the defendants were “mistreated” by officers outside Mykonos police station and he required time to analyse the footage. However it was decided the trial would still go ahead today after his request was refused.

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