HARRY Maguire's sister's eyes rolled back in her head and she began fitting after being injected with a "rape drug", a friend of the family told a Greek court today.
Daisy was approached by two Albanians in Mykonos on Thursday as her brother and a group of pals went to get burgers following a night out clubbing.
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But Maguire's fiancée, Fern Hawkins, soon realised Daisy's eyes were "rolling into the back of her head" – so the Man Utd captain and a group of male friends rushed over to help.
Giving evidence at the trial on the neighbouring island of Syros today, friend Ashden Morley said: "We held Daisy. Daisy began to start fitting. All the girls were screaming.
“People were coming down asking what happened, there was a large commotion."
What we know so far:
- Harry Maguire has gone on trial with brother Joe and pal Chris Sharmanafter a brawl in Mykonos on Thursday
- The court was told sister Daisy was injected in the arm by Albanian men, causing her to faint
- A police officer was punched and one needed first aid when a scuffle allegedly broke out between officers and the trio
- After being taken to a police station, Maguire was kicked in the leg by a cop who told him his career was "over", it was said
- The court was told Maguire then tried to pay cops off – boasting: "Don't you know who I am?"
At this point, a minibus Maguire had booked showed up so the panicked group piled in and told the driver they needed to go to a hospital, it was said.
But Mr Morley said they realised two cars were behind them "following our every movement" before the vehicle pulled up in a courtyard.
He added: "Our bus door opened and five or six males tried to force us off the bus by physically pulling us.”
The quantity surveyor, 27, told the court how they all feared they would be kidnapped and "held at ransom" as they were beaten with batons and kicked and stamped on.
One cop then allegedly kicked Maguire on the leg and told him: "Your career is over".
With the women “in hysterics crying their eyes out”, the England star, 27, was arrested along with brother Joe and pal Chris.
Mr Morley said: "This was the first time that we knew we were at the police station.”
None of the defendants – including Maguire – were required in court today with all instead being represented by their legal team.
The court earlier heard how one cop required first aid when handcuffed Maguire attempted to break free – as another pal yelled "f**k the police".
After they were taken inside the station, £190,000-a-week Maguire boasted about how "rich" he was as he tried to pay police off, it was said.
He allegedly said: "Do you know who I am? I am the captain of Manchester United, I am very rich, I can give you money, I can pay you, please let us go.”
The claims were made today as Maguire was named in Gareth Southgate's England squad for the upcoming Nations League games, despite fears he would miss out.
Maguire's top human rights lawyer Alexis Anagnostakis earlier tried three times to postpone the case but the judge dismissed his protests.
Once it finally got underway, he told the trial how the defender was "attacked by an Albanian group".
It was then claimed there is video shot from outside Mykonos police station showing how the police "mistreated" them.
The footage also shows them in a state of "extreme agony", Mr Anagnostakis said.
The lawyer added: "My clients did not beat anyone, accost anyone, or injure anyone."
All three defendants are charged with assault and violence against an officer.
The brothers are further charged with attempted bribery, while Maguire and Chris are accused of verbal assault.
The bribery charges carry a maximum sentence of up to five years in jail and a fine.
But the group are able to appeal the decision in a higher court if they are found guilty today.
He spent two nights in a cell with Joe and Chris before appearing before a court on Saturday in Syros.
Maguire is now understood to have travelled back to the UK.
His sister Daisy was yesterday pictured arriving back in England wheeling a suitcase.
Brother Laurence Maguire was also pictured at the home in England as his brothers Harry and Joe await their fate in a Greek court.
Sheffield-born Maguire became the world's most expensive defender when he signed for Utd from Leicester City for £85million in August last year.
He was named captain in January this year following Ashley Young's departure to Inter Milan.
He is next due to play at Old Trafford for their first game of the season on September 19 against Crystal Palace.
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