EA removes Benjamin Mendy from FIFA 22 following rape charges

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As reported by Eurogamer, Manchester City defender and French National team competitor Benjamin Mendy is out of FIFA 22 online roster, after he was charged with four counts of rape and one count of sexual assault in the Chester Crown Court on September 10th. He was suspended by his club on September 10th, pending the results of the police investigation. The alleged criminal incidents happened between October 2020 and August 2021, according to the the BBC, with one incident allegedly involving a woman under 18. Mendy is currently awaiting trial, which is set to begin on January 24th, 2022. EA G…

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