Police Officers went to the England star's house after they received a call from a woman who at the same time called an ambulance.
The Chelsea ace, Callum Hudson-Odio's Sunday was spent in a police after he was arrested at 4 am for breaching the lock down rules with a glamour model.
The Chelsea star recovered from coronavirus recently and was in a preparation for the continuation of the premier league season
It was reported that the 19-year old made contact with the woman on social media on Saturday before inviting her to his penthouse.
The winger and the said model exchanged flirty messages that hinted at having fun together. The Chelsea star is said to have sent a car to collect her for a trip across the capital before his neighbor, a woman later called the police and ambulance. A neighbor upon describing the appearance of the model said, “ She looked very glamourous like the sort of girl you'd see on love island.”
In the early hours of Sunday paramedics attended to the model who was then taken to hospital after complaining of feeling unwell. Police officers were later spotted in Hudson-Odio's apartment building interviewing concierge staff.
The Metropolitan police said : Police and Ambulance service were called at 03.53hrs on Sunday 17 May to a report of an unwell woman.
In the wake of this incident, it had been reported in The Sun newspaper that a different Premier League star had been accused of breaking the lock down by attending a sex party in Paris.
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