Former England international Adam Johnson, released from prison
Back in 2016, the Premier League was shocked to find out that Sunderland’s Adam Johnson was accused of engaging in sexual activities with a 15-year-old girl. The player admitted kissing the girl, but denied any claims regarding touching her inside her pants or that she performed oral sex to him.
Eventually, the winger was found guilty of sexual activity with a child and sentenced to six years in prison. Apparently, he initially lied about delaying his guilty pleas, in order to be able to continue his footballing career, which, three years ago, was bringing him £60,000 per week at Sunderland.
He was also registered as a sex offender and will have to share his address and bank details with the police, as well as reveal any intention of travelling abroad.
SkySports reveals, citing witnesses, that Adam Johnson’s father was seen driving a car with blacked-out rear windows this Friday morning, out of HMP Moorland, in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, believed to carry his son. A police van was following the car out of the prison complex.
Later in the morning, the same car was seen at Johnson’s house, in County Durham.
A few weeks ago, it was reported that Adam Johnson is considering continuing his footballing career, but it’s hard to believe that any team in England will accept signing him, so it an offer from China appears, he will most likely accept it.