‘Shame on you’: Piers Morgan hits out at Aston Villa star Jack Grealish as he is spotted out breaking coronavirus lockdown rules… after posting his own video urging people to stay at home
- Jack Grealish was allegedly pictured after crashing his £70,000 Range Rover
- It is claimed that the Aston Villa star had been attending a party in Birmingham
- The Premier League star had posted a video urging people to stay in their homes
- Piers Morgan laid into the 24-year-old for his actions on Good Morning Britain
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Piers Morgan has slammed Premier League star Jack Grealish after he allegedly crashed his £70,000 car following a party at a luxury block of flats in the early hours over the weekend.
Photos emerged on social media of a white Range Rover, as well as one of a man resembling Grealish. Police are investigating reports that a Range Rover smashed into parked cars in a Birmingham suburb.
The incident came after the Aston Villa midfielder had posted a video on Twitter to his 290,000 followers urging them to stay indoors and adhear to the government lockdown rules as the country tackles the coronavirus crisis.
Piers Morgan has slammed Jack Grealish after he allegedly flouted lockdown rules on Saturday
A white Range Rover was pictured damaged after reports of a crash with parked cars
An image of a man resembling Jack Grealish, wearing odd footwear, circulated on social media, claiming he was near the incident
On hearing the story on Monday morning, MailOnline’s Morgan laid into him for his behaviour.
‘He had a lot to say last week,’ said the Good Morning Britain presenter talking about the 24-year-old’s social media post.
‘It was really good until you go to your mates. What are you thinking to Jack? What happened to being sensible.
‘It doesn’t help when an England star, a role model, breaks the rules. Shame on you.’
Grealish had earlier posted a video on social media pleading with people to stay at home
On Saturday, Grealish had earlier posted a video where he pleaded with people to stay at home to help the NHS.
Grealish said: ‘To help save lives you must stay at home.
‘Only leave your house to buy food, to buy medicine or to exercise, and always remember to stay at least two metres apart.
‘This is urgent, protect the NHS. Stay at home, save lives.’