Jack Grealish: Aston Villa captain pleads guilty to careless driving

Paola Ditto
Novembre 24, 2020

Aston Villa captain and England worldwide Jack Grealish has been charged with his fourth motoring offence after allegedly driving carelessly near the club's training ground in October.

Grealish was charged with three offences, including failing to stop at the scene of an accident at the scene in Dickens Heath, near Solihull.

It emerged yesterday that Grealish also faces an allegation of driving without due care on October 18 on the M42, the A446 and an adjoining road close to Villa's training complex.

Grealish is due to appear at Birmingham Magistrates' Court on Tuesday charged with the earlier offences.

The Aston Villa captain, 25, was charged with driving offences relating to two incidents this year.

Aston Villa's Bodymoor Heath training ground
Jack Grealish charged with fourth motoring offence

He was also called up to the England senior squad for the first time, and has impressed since making his worldwide debut in September.

The footballer denied the two other charges, and the Crown Prosecution Service offered no evidence, so they were dismissed.

That was the day of Villa's 1-0 win over Leicester in which he was named man of the match.

In the message, issued on March 30, the Villa captain said he had "stupidly agreed" to go to a friend's house during the coronavirus lockdown.

Grealish, of Barnt Green, Worcestershire, was involved in the incident less than 24 hours after issuing a Twitter video message urging others to stay at home to save lives and protect the NHS.

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