On Sunday, ENGLAND forward Callum Hudson-Odoi was arrested while breaking lockdown at 4 am with a model he met online. Officers rushed to the West London penthouse of the 19-year-old Chelsea star after a woman called the police and an ambulance. He had been released on bail by police in the early morning hours.
It is claimed that Hudson-Odoi, who has had coronavirus, asked the woman to visit him wearing lingerie. It’s suspected the 19-year-old made social media contact with the woman on Saturday before inviting her to his penthouse. Chelsea winger Hudson-Odoi and the model exchanged flirty messages that referred to “playing” together and the woman provided him with a series of pictures of herself in raunchy outfits.
Hudson-Odoi, who tested positive for Covid-19 in March, is believed to have sent a car to transport her to his West London home for a drive around the capital.
Earlier, however, a woman called for an ambulance and the police.
A Hudson-Odoi ‘s neighbor said the model arrived at Saturday’s about 8 pm, adding: “She looked sexy, like the kind of girl you might see on Love Island. She had Louis Vuitton’s very posh luggage with her.”
Another resident said: “There were a lot of parties going on but we didn’t quite know who was responsible. There are a few footballers in the building — but it all kicked off in the early hours of last night and they called the police.”
Paramedics attended alongside the police officers who detained the soccer player early Sunday. Upon moaning about feeling unwell the model was admitted to hospital.
Officers were later seen interviewing concierge workers at the apartment complex. A further 5 officers arrived in an apparent search operation at around 2.30 pm.
The Metropolitan Police said: “An unwell woman’s complaint was called to the Police and London Ambulance Service at 03.53hrs on Sunday, May 17.” The Met said a woman was taken to the hospital and a man was held in police custody at the scene.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has described Hudson-Odoi as “a world-class player.” He is the new big-name footballer caught in violation of lockout rules.