Ched Evans' family 'actively considering' legal options against ITV's Loose Women and Gloria Hunniford over 'misinformation'
The family of cleared footballer Ched Evans say they are actively considering legal action against ITV's Loose Woman and Gloria Hunniford over 'misinformation'.
The 27-year-old was found not guilty of raping a woman, then 19, in a hotel room in Rhuddlan, North Wales, in May 2011, following a retrial.
After Evans' rape conviction was overturned, the Loose Women panel were discussing the topic of consent, when Hunniford said: "I wouldn't send my grandchildren to him for sex education."
Ruth Langsford added: "To me the fact he left her was reprehensible. Whether she was... read more
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