Follow-up: Demiaa Faleh
A press report revealed new details about the English player Greg Halford (38 years), who threw the belongings of his “traitorous” fiancée, as he said, from the bedroom window of his house (a million pounds sterling) into the garden.
The former professional player posted a video on his Twitter account on Saturday, showing him throwing his ex-fiancée’s belongings from his home in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, and it was revealed that her name is Christy Goh and that she works as an executive director in the Mercedes branch and left the house after their separation 15 months ago.
Halford’s neighbors said that the player should overcome the failed relationship, and one of them said: “If I were the girl’s mother, I would think that what he writes about her so far is disturbing. No one has lived in the house for 12 months, and Christy left the house 15 months ago.” Neighbors said that Halford came to move the rest of the items in the house before selling it and was accompanied by a friend and told the neighbors that he was moving to live in Essex. For Scotland, Ireland and Essex. He was not in the house much, and she was beautiful without her life partner. She left the house quickly, and he did not know that she would leave him. He returned and accused her of betraying him. Perhaps he saw in this house a place where he was associated with her and felt anger and sadness when he moved the things from it, but this does not justify the videotape, the words he used were not smart. He told me he was going to work in Essex.
Another neighbor, who expressed her satisfaction with the player’s intention to sell the house, said: “They were unknown to us, and she had two ferocious dogs who tried to bite our dog and knocked my husband down. Christy pretended to be very sad and came with us to the animal clinic and shed tears through her false eyelashes and we never heard from her again. I sent the doctor’s bill (3,000 sterling) and I only received a cold message from the player saying that he had transferred the bill to their dogs’ insurance company and that I should contact the company.
On the other hand, the player got the support of his former friends and colleagues, and Craig Fagan, his former colleague at Colchester United, tweeted: “I hope everything is fine, my friend.”
The defender played in 19 clubs through a career that spanned 20 years, including Sunderland, Wolverhampton, Portsmouth, Nottingham Forest and Cardiff City, and he is currently in the semi-professional “Hashtag United” club in Essex.
Follow-up: Demiaa Faleh