Jack Grealish charged with fourth motoring offence
Grealish is due in court on Tuesday over a separate incident in March
Aston Villa captain and England international Jack Grealish has been charged with his fourth motoring offence after allegedly driving carelessly near the club's training ground in October.
West Midlands Police told the Express and Star that Grealish is due in court on Tuesday facing three offences relating to an incident which occurred during the first British coronavirus lockdown.
The report states that police have also confirmed a charge made regarding an incident on October in which Grealish allegedly drove carelessly around the site of the club's training ground.
Grealish is due to appear at Birmingham Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday charged with the earlier offences.
The 25-year-old has been in impressive form this season for both club and country, scoring seven goals and assisted four in eight Premier League games.
He was also called up to the England senior squad for the first time, and has impressed since making his international debut in September.