Mitchell Voss Wiki
Mitchell Voss Biography
Who is Mitchell Voss ?
Mitchell Voss was enraged when Henri Lansbury’s effort was canceled in chalk and captain Jack Grealish received a yellow card for a pre-game dive against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
He was seen throwing punches before falling, standing up and gesturing at Palace fans.
But Voss escaped a soccer ban after he told the court that he was drunk and apologized in Croydon magistrates court.
How old is Mitchell Voss ?
He is 26 year old.
Mitchell Voss was incensed when Henri Lansbury’s effort was chalked off and captain Jack Grealish
Alex Alawode, prosecutor, told the court: “ The defendant is being convicted of a scuffle matter, dating back about two years to August 31, 2019.
“There was a soccer match between Crystal Palace and Aston Villa at the Crystal Palace stadium in Selhurst Park.
“It was close to 5pm, the game was nearing its end and Aston Villa was losing before a goal was scored to equalize, however the referee disallowed this goal.
Aston Villa fans are described as rushing forward to celebrate the goal.
The stewards who step forward to try to push back the crowd are described below.
As a result of the goal being disallowed, it was noted that the celebrations soon turned to anger, during which the stewards are said to be being attacked by members of the crowd.
Members of the crowd are described as pushing and hitting in various directions and the police had to get involved to separate the people.
‘The incident was captured on CCTV.
‘The defendant can be seen on CCTV running into the incident. He is described as putting his weight forward and his hands can be seen moving in a punching motion with his fists.
“ It is not entirely clear if he really contacts someone.
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He is then described as falling before rising again. He yells and is aggressive towards the butlers who were present.
He is described as staying in the area for some time, gesturing at the opposing fans.
‘When he was interviewed, the defendant admitted. He was drunk at the time, but he knew his actions were wrong. ”
Magistrate Alan Hutchings asked Mr. Voss how he felt about his actions.
Voss, from Sandwell, West Midlands, said: ‘Obviously I’m quite disappointed in myself.
“ He was related to alcohol and this is not how he would normally act.
I’ve been an Aston Villa fan my whole life. I used to go to games with the family and then since I was 15 or 16, I have been traveling the country on my own.
‘I take my children to games. I was completely out of line and I am very sorry for the offense I have caused. ”
Voss was one of seven men, identified through CCTV footage, charged with skirmishing as a result of the altercation.
All seven defendants were initially charged with the most serious crime of violent disorder before prosecutors accepted their guilty pleas to rebut.
The court heard that the other defendants had received a soccer ban order, banning them from attending soccer matches for three years.
Mr Voss did not receive the same order and Mr Hutchings said: ‘With regard to the football ban order, we have seriously considered it.
‘We have decided not to grant the order.
“ The reasons for this are that we cannot see any prior infringement related to football disorder and we believe that you really feel remorse for this incident so I wanted to hear from yourself rather than through your attorney.
“We came very close to granting it and we seriously considered it.
However, this offense is serious enough that we can make a Community Order. This will last 12 months. ‘
Mr Voss was ordered to do 80 hours of unpaid work and to pay a total of £ 180 in costs.