Marcus Rashford’s brother, Dane Rashford, has been taken into custody in the United States on charges of domestic violence.
The incident took place in Miami Beach, Florida, where Dane was arrested on October 20th.
He appeared in court the next day, where a bond of $1,500 was set for his release until his pre-trial hearing.
The charge against Dane was officially registered on October 24th as a misdemeanor of battery, specifically referred to as domestic violence.
Dane, who is a registered intermediary for the Football Association, operates closely with his brother Marcus and is also a director of DN May Sports Management, which represents Marcus as a player.
Police arrest photographs of Dane were released, and he has been subjected to a pre-trial order to stay away from the victim, as mandated by the Florida court.
Florida court documents also reveal Dane’s bond was paid by Chantelle Maynard one week after his arrest.
He is no longer in prison after posting bail, while he has pleaded not guilty. Dane faces a further hearing on 27 November.
In Wednesday night’s UEFA Champions League, Rashford was shown a straight red card for a dangerous tackle on a Copenhagen player.
United were 2-0 up before Rashford was sent off after a check on the Video Assistant Referee (VAR).
Copenhagen went on to win 4-3 to leave United bottom in the group.