|Tom had to defended his honor and integrity|
Like with what happens when anyone who features in a tabloid, Cleverley stated that he was "extremely upset and embarrassed," because all of his friends, family, teammates and coaches all heard about this deceitful allegation.
If you remember, a few months ago The Sunday Times was finally exposed for years of tapping personal cell phone and shut their doors - and they, like The Sun, are a subsidiary of Rupert Murdoch's company.
The author of this trash accused Cleverley of taking her to a hotel where had her search the internet to prove who he was. These intimate details could have only been disclosed by three people: Cleverley, the girl and his bodyguard. And, unsurprisingly,one of them gave them this information.
This is just another case against the papers in England trying to destroy a person's, not just a Manchester United player, life.