Read Ryan Giggs X-rated totem pole sex poem to ex-girlfriend in full

An X-rated poem Ryan Giggs sent to his former girlfriend was read out in full in court.

The former Manchester United winger told Kate Greville, 38, she made him "hard as a totem pole" in a poem heard by the jury.

The couple swapped a raft of explicit texts, WhatsApp messages and voice notes during their relationship – along with naked photos and videos of their romps, the jury heard.

The 48-year-old is currently on trial accused of assaulting his former partner, as well as controlling and coercive behaviour towards her. Manchester Crown Court heard how marketing executive Ms Greville sent him a poem of her own, telling the former Wales star "everyday you do me proud, because you're well endowed".

Giggs then shared a poem of his own, which included the line "you make me feel funny down there…when you look up and stare".

The full poem read to the jury was:

My darling Kate

Unequivocally our love was fate

I fell in love with you at first sight

I remember coz I was as high as a kite

Those beautiful eyes made me shiver

I'm not gonna lie I think of you I dream of you

Can't help thinking pulling you was my greatest ever coo

That stomach those abs

Those pictures you send so I can keep tabs

You make me feel funny down there

Especially when you're there and you look up and stare

I'm beginning to think you are always right

That’s okay it will keep us tight

I'm gonna end by saying you are my love my friend my soul

And most of all you believe in me, which makes me hard as a totem pole

The poem was read after the court heard how Giggs used his teenage daughter as leverage to try to stop his ex-girlfriend's sister dialling 999 during an argument.

The former attacker is accused of headbutting then-partner and then threatening to do the same to her sister Emma at his home in Greater Manchester on November 1, 2020. Giggs denies assaulting Ms Greville causing her actual bodily harm and coercively controlling her.

It is alleged he headbutted her in the lip "with lots of force" and then shouted at her sister "I'll headbutt you next". He also denies an assault by beating on her sister Emma Greville, 26, who alleges he elbowed her in the jaw as she tried to pull him away from her sibling.

During the 999 call, Ms Greville can be heard saying in the background "I don't care if your daughter is 17, I don't care about your daughter". Prosecutor Peter Wright, QC, asked if Giggs had used his daughter in "seeking to dissuade" Ms Greville's sister Emma from reporting the incident further. Giggs replied "Yes."

Mr Wright continued: "And you were seeking to use your daughter as the lever, weren't you?"

Giggs replied: "Yes."

The trial continues.

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