LONDON – Chelsea footballer Callum Hudson-Odoi was arrested after violating the quarantine by inviting a young woman to his home.
During the night an ambulance and a patrol would have been called urgently, but it is not known whether following a quarrel or an illness.
Hudson-Odoi had been the first Premier player to test coronavirus positive in March.
The news was immediately retorted by the tabloids but it is not yet clear what really happened since the police are carrying out checks inside the class 2000 home in these hours.
The first reports arrived speak of an ambulance call in the middle of the night. Then the arrival of the steering wheels.
A police spokesman allegedly confirmed the call for the ambulance service, together with a patrol, on Sunday 17 May at 03:53 to report a woman who was ill.
Upon arrival of the paramedics, the girl was transported to the hospital.
The neighbors released some testimonies about alleged several meetings in the apartment but were unsure whether they were organized by Hudson-Odoi.
The woman, however, according to what some inhabitants said, had been seen arriving by car in very skimpy clothes.
The first report drawn up by the police would have reconstructed the moment of contact between the woman and Hudson-Odoi, via social media. (source GAZZETTA DELLO SPORT)
Source: Blitz Quotidiano