Chris John Ashton is an English rugby union and former rugby league player, and one of the few players who have represented England in both rugby codes. A wing or fullback, he joined Worcester Warriors of the Gallagher Premiership in January 2021 and left the club by mutual consent in December 2021.
Chris Ashton Arrested: England Rugby Player Arrested, Who, Wife, Age, Wiki
England Rugby Player Arrested:
Ashton has been charged with two acts contrary to good sportsmanship under law 10.4(m) from Saturday’s Aviva Premiership clash with Northampton Saints at Allianz Park.
The 29-year-old, who joined Sarries from Saints in 2012, is alleged to have twice bitten prop Alex Waller on the hand, the first incident in the 24th minute and the second a minute later.
He will be shown before an RFU disciplinary panel chaired by Philip Evans QC, and also including Tom Rees and Paula Carter, in London on Tuesday evening.
Ashton first played as a fullback or wing for Wigan Warriors in rugby league’s Super League competition, and won four caps for England in 2006 and 2007.
In 2007 he signed for Northampton Saints in rugby union’s Premiership, before moving to Saracens in 2012, Toulon in 2017, Sale in 2018 and Harlequins in 2020.
Melissa Uzelac is known as an English rugby league player, Chris Ashton. She might be depressed with the arrest of her husband.
As reported in Daily Mail, Chris, 29, was arrested at 11 am on 9th January Sunday. Ms. Ntonya, a sex worker, broke her silence on the rape incident. She accused Chris that he paid her for sex.
According to her, Chris brought her back to a flat in Manchester for a threesome, revealed on Mailonline. The high-class sex worker, 41, charges £160 per hour and conducts sex work at her home in the Gorton area of the city.
29 March 1987
He made his debut for England in March 2010 and played regularly until 2014, including in the 2011 Rugby World Cup, where he finished as the tournament’s joint leading try-scorer.
Ashton was brought into the Wigan squad at the start of 2006 as replacement for the injured Kris Radlinski.
Ashton was one of the most consistent players for Wigan during their disappointing Super League XI season and was a contender for the Young Player of the Year award.
He finished the 2006 season with 15 tries from 29 appearances making him the leading try scorer for Wigan. Ashton was given the number 1 shirt, previously worn by Radlinski, at the start of 2007 despite the arrival of former Bradford Bulls full back Michael Withers.