Sir Philip Green is accused of four counts of mistreatment in the US.

Sir Philip Green is accused of four assaulting troops in the US after a pilates instructor claimed that the Arcadia Mogul had repeatedly touched her hostile

Advertisements

Sir Philip Green is accused of four counts of mistreatment regarding the claims of an American pilates instructor

Sir Philip Green is accused of four counts of mistreatment regarding the claims of an American pilates instructor

Sir Philip Green has been accused of four counts of crime attacks in the US after a pilates instructor claimed that the Arcadia-mogul had repeatedly failed her.

Pima County Attorney & # 39; s Office revealed that the fashion giant is confronted with accusations that might see him imprisoned or fined.

Advertisements

Deputy County Attorney Lauren Deakin said tonight: & Philip Green has been formally accused of four crime attacks (ARS 13-1203 (A) (3) knowingly touching another person with intent to injure, insult or to provoke).

& # 39; These are class three crime officers. Each count has a potential sentence of up to 30 days in Pima County prison, a fine of no more than $ 500, and up to one year of probation. & # 39;

The pilates instructor (photo) has claimed that the Arcadia fashion boxer has wrongly touched her

The pilates instructor (photo) has claimed that the Arcadia fashion boxer has wrongly touched her

The pilates instructor (photo) has claimed that the Arcadia fashion boxer has wrongly touched her

The news comes just hours after Sir Philip's retirement watchdog demanded that he inject another £ 50 million into his retail empire's retirement plan to prevent it from collapsing.

In a new battle for the tycoon, which was charged last week at the House of Lords for grabbing women's breasts and thighs, hit its bottom and had hundreds of grievances against him, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) told Sir Philip that he had to put the money on top of an existing proposal from his family to inject £ 100 million into the Arcadia pension fund.

Advertisements

. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) news

- Advertisement -