Dane Rashford – brother of Manchester United star Marcus Rashford and soccer agent – is ‘ARRESTED in Miami on domestic violence charge and told to appear in court’
- Dane Rashford was on holiday in the US when the alleged incident took place
- It is not known if he is still in the country, the official said
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Dane Rashford, a football agent and brother of Marcus Rashford, has been arrested in Miami for battery, according to police records.
Dane was arrested in Miami Beach on October 20, with bail set at $1,500.
The charge was recorded as a misdemeanor on October 24, but was further specified as domestic violence, as first reported by The Telegraph.
Dane is director of DN May Sports Management, which lists Rashford as a client, although the forward is managed directly by his other brother, Dwaine Maynard.
Dane Rashford was arrested in Florida last month on misdemeanor charges
Dane Rashford is no longer in prison and the assistant prosecutor does not know if he is still in the US
Dane, 31, is no longer in jail but is due back in court on November 27.
According to Miami-Dade County police records, Dane’s bond was posted by Chantelle Maynard a week after his arrest.
He was also given a pre-trial stay-away order, which prohibits contact with the alleged victim.
Miami Dade County Assistant Prosecutor Daysi Vega-Mendez told The Telegraph they were unsure if Dane was still in the United States.
“The case is still ongoing, at this time I have not been able to get hold of the victim,” they said. “Our office is trying to contact the British Embassy as we need permission to speak to the victim.
“I’m not sure if they are still in the United States or have left the country. I understand they were on vacation. Technically, you are not allowed to leave the country once you have been charged. When a person bonds when he leaves, he gives up that bond.