Chelsea captain John Terry has been found not guilty of racially abusing fellow footballer Anton Ferdinand during a Premier League game.
The news has just came in as the trial ended a few minuets ago.
Terry had been charged with a racially-aggravated public order offence against the QPR defender, who is the brother of Manchester United defender Rio.
One of the best paid players in the Premier League, he was accused of using the phrase “f****** black c***” as an insult.
He denied the claims, saying that he was sarcastically repeating a slur that Ferdinand mistakenly thought he had used.
Alison Saunders, London’s chief crown prosecutor said the Crown Prosecution Service respected the magistrate’s decision.
“The very serious allegation at the heart of this case was one of racial abuse,” she said.
“It was our view that this was not ‘banter’ on the football pitch and that the allegation should be judged by a court.”
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