Fact Check: Is Ian Wright Arrested? Is Ian Wright In Jail? Where Is He Right Now?

A story is evolving on the internet claiming that former professional footballer Ian Wright is arrested. Is it true? We have published this article to address the ongoing rumors about Ian Wright’s arrest. There are innumerable people who are taking over the internet and searching for Ian Wright’s arrest, thanks to the evolving theory. However, no reliable source or reputed media agency has posted the same. But still, people are being thrown into a frenzy if he is arrested or not. Therefore, we have come up with this column to address the ongoing story of Ian Wright’s arrest. If you are also getting perplexed regarding the same, this article is for you. Know if Ian Wright is arrested or not, by reading this column till the end. Drag down the page.

Ian Wright Arrested

Is Ian Wright Arrested?

He is a former professional football player. Now he has turned into a television and radio presenter. Currently, he is working for both BBC Sports and ITV Sports as a pundit. During his football career, Ian Wright played for Arsenal and Crystal Palace as a forward and won the Premier League trophy, European Cup Winners Cup, and major domestic cup competitions. More about him, Ian also played for other clubs in England and Scotland. He played 33 games for the national team of England and scored 9 international goals. As mentioned, after retiring from football, he started working as a television personality. He appears in football-related TV shows. Swipe down the page.

Ian Wright Arrested

The ongoing rumors about Ian Wright are apparently fake. He is not arrested. However, the former footballer has a history of getting arrested. Reportedly, Ian Wright was just 19 years old when he was arrested and spent a stint in jail. The striker was convicted for declining to pay insurance or taxes for his two vehicles at Chelmsford Prison in 1982. He spent two weeks in jail. However, the sentence was short but it changed Ian Wright for the better. He also vowed to never end in such a situation again.

Ian Wright Arrested

Adrian Clifton, a former prisoner who became a professional footballer with the help of Ian Wright said, ‘He went to prison for seven days and told me that was all he needed to know he was never going back. Unfortunately, it took me a lot longer but he could see that I was in that same place. I was ready to change and wanted to change. Ian came into my life at the right time and gave me the extra push’ Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.

Neha Chaudhary

Neha Chaudhary Is a freelance journalist, contributed to popular newspapers and magazines on mainly Lifestyle & Features

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