Annie Kilner, Kyle Walker’s wife, has responded with a clear message for her husband, Kyle Walker, after the Manchester City player allegedly flashed and k!ssed another lady in a bar.
During 90 minutes of alleged indecent behavior on Sunday, the £150,000-a-week England footballer was photographed seemingly tugging down his trousers at a bar in Wilmslow, Cheshire.
Ms. Kilner has now shared a post with her thousands of followers which read: ‘I think it’s important to remember that no matter how good you are to people, it won’t make them good to you.
The model, 30, has three children with Walker, whom she met when they were teammates on the same squad.
Cheshire Police confirmed today that they are investigating Walker for alleged indecent exposure, however MailOnline understands that Manchester City believes Walker has not infringed any club regulations and considers the incident to be private. Kyle is training as usual ahead of Saturday’s Premier League trip to Crystal Palace in London.
A police spokesman said: ‘On Wednesday, March 8, Cheshire police were made aware of a video circulating on social media in relation to an indecent exposure which allegedly occurred in the Wilmslow area.
‘Enquiries in relation to the incident are in the early stages and no arrests have been made at this time.’
Mr. Walker is married to Annie Kilner, 30, and the couple have three children together.
The Sun reports that the woman he appears to touch on the breasts and kiss is not his wife because the woman in the CCTV is blonde and Ms. Kilner has brown hair.
The footage, which emerged today, International Women’s Day, has sparked anger from Women’s Aid.
Teresa Parker, from the women’s rights group, said: ‘Whether done to shock, for a so-called laugh, or to intimidate, for those affected by indecent exposure there can be long-term effects, upset and trauma.
‘It can give the person exposing themselves a sense of power in the situation. And if there are no repercussions, it possibly gives them the confidence to see what they can get away with next time.’