England and Manchester City defender Kyle Walker hosted a sex party with two escorts while the country remains stranded by a coronavirus.
The 29-year-old footballer and a friend paid £ 2200 to 21-year-old Louise McNamara and a 24-year-old Brazilian call girl to visit her Cheshire home on Tuesday.
The escorts left on Wednesday, the same day Walker, born in Sheffield, told fans to stay inside.
The footballer went to Instagram to say to his 1.7 million followers, “Remember to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives. “
Louise, a criminology student, told The Sun, “He’s hypocritical and puts people at risk.
Kyle Walker urged 1.7 million Instagram followers to stay home and protect the NHS, but also paid two escorts to visit his Cheshire home in the midst of a national foreclosure
The single mother told the newspaper that she did not recognize the footballer at first and received a message from her boss that they had a “high profile client”.
She says she left the apartment with the other woman around 2:00 am Wednesday.
“Kyle really should know better,” said Louise to the Sun.
“On the one hand, he invites strangers to come to his house to make love and the next day, he teaches everyone the need to stay safe.
Walker, who has 48 caps for England, apologized for the incident.
He said, “I want to take this opportunity to publicly apologize for the choices I made last week.
“I understand that my position as a professional footballer carries the responsibility of being a role model.
“As such, I want to apologize to my family, friends, football club, supporters and the public for abandoning them. “
Kyle Walker, pictured in Manchester City’s 2-1 victory over Real Madrid in February, faces disciplinary action with his club over his behavior
A nurse can be seen taking a cotton swab from a test center behind the wheel of the Covid-19 at Manchester Airport on Saturday. Great Britain is about to enter its third week of lockout, but Premier League footballer Kyle Walker has been criticized for paying escorts to come home
Manchester City has announced that it will initiate disciplinary proceedings over the defender’s behavior “in the coming days”.
A club spokesman said: “Manchester City FC are aware of a story in a tabloid newspaper about the privacy of Kyle Walker in connection with a breach of the rules of foreclosure and social distancing in the United Kingdom.
“Footballers are world role models, and our staff and players have worked to support the incredible efforts of the NHS and other key workers in fighting the effects of COVID-19 coronavirus, in every way possible. Kyle’s actions in this matter directly contravened these efforts.
“We are disappointed to hear these allegations, note Kyle’s swift statement and apologies, and will be conducting internal disciplinary proceedings in the coming days. “