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How Ryan Giggs’ Ex Kate Greville Got Her Craving for a Baby

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Ryan Giggs’ ex Kate Greville revealed in court that she had given birth to a baby with a new partner 14 weeks ago – as the abuse trial heard the footballer told her she “don’t deserve to be a parent”.

Ms Greville, 36, made the disclosure during a cross-examination by former Manchester United star Chris Daw QC’s lawyer at Manchester Crown Court on 10 August.

When asked if she has read media reports about the start of the trial, accusing Giggs of assault and using controlling and coercive behavior, she replied: “I have a 12 week old baby, I don’t have time to think about things.” to read.’

It came when Giggs’ legal team accused her of removing her contraceptive coil to try to get pregnant by the footballer.

Ms Greville admitted she lied about cancer fears to have an IUD removed, but denied claims she did so to try to conceive when their relationship broke down.

Her denial came under cross-examination, during which Mr. Daw shared messages between Ms. Greville and a friend saying, “I’m not leaving with nothing.”

Giggs’ domestic violence trial collapsed dramatically today after a jury failed to rule on any of the three charges against him – meaning the footballer now faces a possible second trial.

Kate Greville, 36, gave birth to baby 14 weeks ago with new partner, heard Giggs abuse case

She made the disclosure during a cross-examination by former Manchester United star Chris Daw QC's lawyer at Manchester Crown Court on Aug.

She made the disclosure during a cross-examination by former Manchester United star Chris Daw QC’s lawyer at Manchester Crown Court on Aug.

The abusive messages were sent after the PR manager said she needed a “plan” to leave Giggs after she allegedly found evidence on the footballer’s iPad that he had “full” affairs with eight other women during their relationship.

The court was told how in October 2020, after finding the messages, Ms Greville messaged a friend saying, “I need a plan.” Referring to the post, Christopher Daw QC, representative of Giggs, 48, asked Ms Greville, “What were you talking about?”

Mrs. Greville told the court, “I needed a plan to get away in secret so he couldn’t find me, so he wouldn’t harass me. And how I could let him know how I discovered all those things.’

Mr. Daw said, “And run away (with nothing)?” Mrs. Greville replied, ‘I’m talking about my dog. One hundred percent, just the dog.’ Mr. Daw said, “Your plan was to get pregnant by Mr. Giggs.” Mrs. Greville said, “No, absolutely not.”

The court also heard Ms. Greville message her friend that she would have her contraceptive coil removed that week.

The court heard Ms Greville later had the IUD removed after telling Giggs she was going to the hospital after a smear showed “cancer cells.”

Mr Daw said, “The truth is you would have your contraceptive.”

Ms Greville told the court, “I got my IUD out and I also wanted an STD test. I wanted him off my back. I totally regret saying these things, but I had to say something to get him off my back and leave him alone.’

Earlier in the trial, Ms Greville told the court about a blazing argument she had with Giggs, saying she

Earlier in the trial, Ms Greville told the court about a blazing feud she had with Giggs, in which he said she “didn’t deserve to be a parent.”

mr. Daw said, “The real situation is there was no medical emergency to remove the coil.” Mrs Greville replied, “There was no medical emergency, but it (the coil) was running out and had to be removed.”

“If I said I had cancer cells, I wouldn’t have to have sex with him.”

Mr Daw, referring to text messages between the couple, said: “I am going to suggest that you were having active, regular and very enthusiastic sex with Mr Giggs at the time, including when you had this coil removed.” Mrs. Greville said, “I don’t agree.”

Earlier in the trial, Ms Greville told the court about a raging argument she had with Giggs, saying she “didn’t deserve to be a parent.”

The court heard that Mrs Greville and Giggs were arguing over a trip to Scotland.

Mrs Greville said: ‘I was going to go alone, he said he wanted to take me to Scotland, but it was nine hours away.

‘I said, ‘Fine, great that you can catch me.’ He kept saying, ‘It’s a nine hour drive, I can’t believe it’.

“Because it was such a long drive, it sounded like he didn’t want to take me with him. I said, ‘Okay, don’t take me, I’m getting a lift’ and I got that response.’

In his email referring to the altercation, Giggs sent Mrs. Greville a message: “A terrible, terrible c***. Same as Stacey (Giggs’ ex-wife), just the same. You don’t deserve to be a parent.”

A text from Giggs said, “Hope your company goes bankrupt too.  We'll tell people what a horrible bastard you really are.  You hurt me like no one else has.  That's closure, don't ever contact me again'

A text from Giggs said, “Hope your company goes bankrupt too. We’ll tell people what a horrible motherfucker you really are. You hurt me like no one else has. That’s closure, don’t ever contact me again’

Mrs. Greville said, “We discussed having children because that’s what I really wanted. I was desperate to be a mother and he knew what to say to really hurt me.”

In his email, Giggs accused her of making him look stupid about the trip to Scotland with his friends.

He wrote: ‘Only a bad, terrible bastard does that. Downright amazing. Now I look like I’m telling my three friends I’m going to Scotland this weekend. I just can’t believe you fucking did that. I’m so damn crazy right now and I’m scaring myself because I could do anything.”

Another text from Giggs said, “I hope your business fails too. We’ll tell people what a horrible motherfucker you really are. You hurt me like no one else has. That’s closure, don’t ever contact me again.’

He later reported: ‘Keep hiding behind fear, too. It has nothing to do with you being a mean, horrible bastard.’

He added: “I actually hate you for what you did to me today. I hate you. HATE HATE HATE.’

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