Taylor Ward, Riyad Mahrez’s fiancee, has claimed one of her family was punched repeatedly in the face and plant pots were thrown during an altercation with some ‘fame hungry’ girls in Mykonos.
The alleged attack was unprovoked as Ward and her family were beset in a shop with the incident ending in violence.
Ward shared a video on her Instagram in which a woman was angrily throwing items, although it was one of the other group who claimed that her phone had been stolen and she suffered an eye injury.
Taylor has given her side of the story in an Instagram post, refuting those claims.
She wrote: ‘I’m not going to speak anymore on this pathetic situation and give these girls the five minutes of fame they’re so desperately looking for.
‘This is a complete and utter fabrication. Me and my family were having a lovely night. The girls who supposedly “don’t know us” came into the shop filming us and were asked nicely to stop.
‘The girl approached us and sat in the middle of our group looking for a fight refusing to move whilst her friends stood and filmed. We asked her to leave. She wouldn’t. She carried on to shout and was the one who launched herself at one of my family members punching them in the face five times.
‘She then started throwing plant pots and other items across the shop in rage at which point we left and they followed us down the street. Screaming and filming. This is where I went back and told her to stop filming where she launched at me again. (The video which has been posted).
‘Be careful people, there are some seriously dangerous fame hungry people out there.
‘We have the whole video evidence and are in talks with the police on where to go from here.’
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The woman who claimed to have an eye injury, an Irish OnlyFans model who uses the name Jhilleaf, explained her side of the story on Instagram.
‘I literally don’t fight people,’ Jhilleaf said, speaking to camera in her Instagram video post. ‘But apparently – she wasn’t even drinking as much – and she started on me.
‘Like I don’t – literally don’t start on people. I don’t like my face being punched in. And these men started called us s**gs – all of our friends – and started coming for us.’
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