Dane Rashford – brother of Manchester United star Marcus Rashford and soccer agent – is ‘ARRESTED in Miami on domestic violence charge and told to appear in court’
- Dane Rashford was on vacation in the USA when the alleged incident occurred
- It is not known whether or not he is still in the country, said an official
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Dane Rashford, soccer agent and brother of Marcus Rashford, has been arrested in Miami for battery, according to police records.
Dane was arrested on October 20 in Miami Beach, with his bond set at $1,500.
The charge was registered on October 24 as misdemeanor battery, but was further specified as domestic violence, as first reported by The Telegraph.
Dane is a director of DN May Sports Management, which lists Rashford as a client, although the forward directly managed by his another brother, Dwaine Maynard.
Dane Rashford was arrested last month in Florida on a charge of misdemeanor battery
Dane Rashford is no longer in jail, and the assistant state prosecutor doesn’t know if he’s still in the USA
Dane, 31, is no longer in jail but is due back in court for a November 27 hearing.
According to Miami-Dade County police records, Dane’s bond was paid by Chantelle Maynard a week after his arrest.
He was also issued a pre-trial ‘stay-away’ order – which prohibits contact with the alleged victim.
Daysi Vega-Mendez, the assistant state prosecutor for Miami Dade County, told The Telegraph that they weren’t sure whether Dane was still in the United States.
‘The case is still active, at the moment I haven’t been able to get hold of the victim,’ they said. ‘Our office is trying to get hold of the UK Embassy because we need permission to speak to the victim.
‘I am not sure whether they are still in the United States or if they have left the country. I understand they were on vacation. Technically once you are charged you are not supposed to leave the country. When a person is given a bond if they leave, they surrender that bond.
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