The ex-girlfriend of former Manchester United footballer Ryan Giggs was found in court to be "a slave to his every need and every demand". It is said that it has become.
Kate Greville told a jury atManchester Criminal Courton Wednesday that when Giggs told her to do something, she would do it.
A PR executive told Chris Daw QC in his defense during cross-examination.
Ryan Giggs arrives in court (Steven Allen/PA)
Giggs, 48, Negative From August 2017 to November 2020, Mr. Greville, 36, used his controlling and coercive behavior to assault her, cause actual physical harm, and publicly abuse his sister, Emma. provoked violence.
The court heard that Mr. Greville filed a written statement the day before the trial began, stating that he felt like a "slave" to the defendant.
She said. When Ryan says he'll do something, I'll do it.
Ms. Greville has been reported to police following her November 2020 assault allegations, including two of hers last week. I agree to testify many times.
Mr. Daw asked.
She answered "100%".
Mr. Daw said: "Have you lied to the police about anything?"
Mr. Greville replied: "No."
Court The lawyer continued: "Have you lied to anyone else, family or friends, about this case?"
She repeated: "No."43}
Ryan Giggs resigned as Wales manager in June (Bradley Collyer/PA)
Mr Daw is next said like this.
Ms. Greville said, "I was in a vulnerable position and he took advantage of it."
Mr. Daw said: "Isn't this just her two consenting adults, who were gay at the time, starting the affair?" I answered.
She told the court that Giggs' controlling behavior also affected her friendships, and that "he isolated me from certain people."
She also added that he "impeded my ability to interact with my family." "No," he said, and used aggression more as a form of control.
Mr. Daw asked.
She said. Also, he gave me confidence.
Trial is being held at Crown Court, Manchester (Steven Allen/PA)
He wasn't always terrible, he wasn't always horrible. It was hot and cold. two different people. As a result of his actions… my self-confidence was undermined.
Ms. Greville said she was "really into psychology" and googled what was going on in her relationship while they were in it.
} "It wasn't coercion that came out, it was Narcissistic Personality Disorder," she told the court. "And what I was going through was very similar to that." 81}
Mr. Doe asked the witness, "Are you going to seek a large amount of compensation after this is over?"
Ms. Greville replied: "Absolutely not."
Ms. Greville told jurors on Tuesday that Giggs grabbed her by the shoulders in November 2020 and killed her head. Said he hit.
She said she learned he had "perfect relationships" with eight of her women before leading to the assault charges.
Discovering messages on her iPad "dating back many years" to the former Wales international made her decide to break up with him, she said. .