The Liverpool winger, who made his international debut last week, was quizzed under caution after he went to a police station by prior appointment
England's new teenage wonderkid Raheem Sterling has been interviewed by detectives in connection with an alleged attack on a woman.
Liverpool winger Sterling, 17, was quizzed under caution after he went to a police station by prior appointment.
The player, who made his England debut against Sweden last week, has not been arrested and police say investigations are continuing into the alleged assault.
A force spokeswoman said yesterday: “Merseyside police can confirm that a 17-year-old male from the Woolton area was interviewed under caution following a report of an assault on Friday, November 2.
“A 27-year-old woman received slight injuries during the incident in the Liverpool 8 area.
"The investigation is ongoing and no formal action has been taken.”
It is understood that Sterling was quizzed by police on Merseyside on November 5, three days after the alleged bust-up.
Last night Liverpool FC declined to comment on the police interview.
Jamaican-born Sterling, who will turn 18 on December 8, is the fifth youngest footballer to represent the senior England team.
He joined the academy at QPR when he was 10 but two years ago he was snapped up by the Anfield club and made his debut eight months ago.
Sterling’s explosive performances this season earned him the international call-up and he is expected to sign a new £30,000-a-week contract with the Reds.
He has a daughter, five-month-old Melody Rose.
Maybe thats why he already have 2 kids(or 3) at such a young age
at least he was not arrested unlike that Newscastle guy
Can they arrest Joe Allen too ?
So that he free up the midfield space for other players.