Son of Paul Scholes Appears in Court Charged with Oldham Attack
Date published: 14 January 2019
Tameside Magistrates Court, Picture Courtesy of Google Street View
The son of former Manchester United and England midfielder Paul Scholes has appeared in court charged with assault in connection with an allegation of an attack in Oldham back in June 2018.
19-year old Arron Scholes, from Grasscroft, spoke only to confirm his name, address and date of birth at Tameside Magistrates Court over the weekend.
He also entered a plea of not guilty to the charge of assault.
It’s in connection with an incident believed to have happened at an unnamed venue in Uppermill with Mr Scholes being accused of attacking a man in a pub.
Arron Scholes, who plays as a striker for Royton Town FC, was told he’ll stand trial at Tameside Magistrates Court in March.
He arrived at court along with his dad, Paul and mum Claire, he was granted unconditional bail and warned that if he doesn’t appear again the trial may go on in his absence.