Three men are clear of any changes after they conspired to blackmail a Premier League footballer by making his incriminating video. The three men Tyrone Coleman, 34, his brother Nathan Coleman, 38, and Prince Rowe, 37 are not acquitted by the judiciary after a trial that went on for two weeks as reported by foreign media. The footballer is not named anywhere citing law rules which says the name of the person cannot be revealed outside the court. The men were accused of plotting to blackmail the player by filming him with a woman who was not his partner. Reports say that the player jumped out of the window of a hotel wearing his underwear after two of them made an entry to the room.
The jury deciding their fate was of nine women and three men as per reports by foreign media. After the case was investigated, they found out that the accused are not guilty of any charges that are against them. The Bristol Crown Court heard before that the footballer met these people before as well at different times after he contacted the woman on social media. According to reports, the accused Rowe to save proof to the court that he met the woman for the first time at a pub in the year 2018. He discussed with her how they could bring the actions of the player in front of the media.
He said to the court that the two of them were watching a match and she or Tyrone mentioned that she was dating some football player. She said that she did like the way the footballer treated her so she decided to plot against him with the help of others.
Rowe had been convicted for stealing the player's designer tracksuit and a luxury watch before two times. He is yet to be announced the sentence where he is accused along with the woman who also claimed that she helped in the conspiracy against the woman.