Man Utd expelled Antony is pictured poolside with friends after being placed on leave from the club following domestic violence allegations

ANTONY has been pictured relaxing with friends by a pool in Sao Paulo as he faces allegations of abuse from three women.

The 23-year-old Man United player smiled as he posed for selfies with fans despite being left out of the national team for World Cup qualifiers this month.

Antony was pictured relaxing by a pool in a gated property in Sao Paulo


Antony was pictured relaxing by a pool in a gated property in Sao Paulo
The 23-year-old Manchester United star looked relaxed as he posed for selfies with fans


The 23-year-old Manchester United star looked relaxed as he posed for selfies with fans

The £85million winger had already flown to Brazil before agreeing to an indefinite leave of absence from his club after his ex-girlfriend Gabriela Cavallin accused him of domestic violence.

He is currently being investigated by police in both Manchester and Sao Paolo.

He is also facing fresh charges of assaulting two other women – including banker Ingrid Lana, who claims he pushed her against a wall in Manchester in September last year.

Antony has not been arrested or charged and has promised to “present the evidence” to prove the truth.

Cavallin repeatedly accused the Brazilian star of physical aggression towards her in bombastic claims.

A total of four alleged attacks are described in a police report seen by ESPN.

She shared images showing bloody clothing, cut fingers and a head wound from an alleged attack.

The model called on Old Trafford bosses to ban him from playing while police investigate allegations he attacked her.

On Sunday she told The Sun: “Antony needs to be taken off the pitch. It is disappointing that he is still allowed to play during the investigation.

“The whole process completely destroyed me. How can life continue normally for him? You can’t just know what you know now and do nothing. It needs to be removed.”

The next day, Antony issued a statement confirming that he would not be returning to training at United “until further notice”.

“This was a mutual decision to avoid distraction for my teammates and unnecessary controversy for the club,” he said.

“I would like to reiterate my innocence of the things I have been accused of and I will fully cooperate with the police to help them find the truth.”

And last week Man United described any suggestion of a cover-up as “categorically false”.

Antony said he “trusts that the ongoing police investigation will reveal the truth about my innocence.”

The star volunteered for an interview in June.

Meanwhile, United has also said it will cooperate with any police investigation.

Women’s Aid praised the club for its swift action in removing Antony.

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Following the criticism the club received over Greenwood, Old Trafford bosses spoke extensively with Women’s Aid – and other charities – about how to deal with similar situations.


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