The striker of Chelsea Callum Hudson-Odoi He was arrested this Sunday at four in the morning after skipping the confinement and ending up arguing with a model he met online and who ended up denouncing the English international, according to The Sun newspaper.
The Metropolitan Police told The Sun that officers and the London Ambulance Service were called in the early hours of Sunday morning “with a report of a badly injured woman.” The report adds that the woman was taken to the hospital and that a man was arrested at the scene and that he remained in police custody.
Hudson-Odoi, who has had a coronavirus, is said to have asked the model to visit him in her apartment in lingerie. The 19-year-old is believed to have contacted the woman on social media on Saturday before inviting her to his penthouse. The Chelsea winger and the model would have exchanged flirty messages and the woman would have shown her a selection of photos of herself in highly suggestive outfits.
The player would have sent a car to look for her on Saturday night
The Sun adds that Hudson-Odoi sent a car to pick her up to take her through the English capital to her home in West London. A neighbor said the model had arrived at the building around 8:00 p.m. on Saturday and added and added that “it looked very glamorous, with very elegant Louis Vuitton luggage.”
The Metropolitan Police said: “The police and the London Ambulance Service were called at 3:53 am on Sunday, May 17, to report a badly injured woman.”
Hudson-Odoi is not the first Premier League player to cause a scandal during this confinement. Recall the episode starring Kyle Walker (Manchester City) weeks ago.
Chelsea declined to comment on The Sun’s report.