MADELENE WRIGHT has been axed by Charlton Girls after she was reportedly seen inhaling from a balloon at a celebration and swigging champagne whereas on the wheel of her Vary Rover.
The controversial movies not too long ago uploaded to Snapchat have been first revealed by the Daily Star.
Madelene Wright has been let go by Charlton Girls after controversial clips have been posted on SnapchatCredit score: Instagram / @madelene_wright
The ex-Millwall ace was reportedly seen ‘swigging champagne’ on the wheel of her Vary RoverCredit score: Instagram / @madelene_wright
Former Charlton star Wright in motion
It’s understood that within the clips the 22-year-old might be seen at a celebration with mates, the place a variety of individuals have been inhaling from balloons.
A second video allegedly reveals the Ex-Millwall ace consuming champagne whereas driving her luxurious Vary Rover.
After the clips have been shared on social media, Charlton Athletic confirmed that Wright’s registration had been cancelled and that she is going to now not play for the Championship aspect.
A spokesperson for the Addicks informed SunSport: “The membership have been made conscious of the video and shortly investigated the incident.
“As a membership we’re upset with the behaviour which doesn’t characterize the requirements the staff upholds.
“The participant is remorseful and has now left the membership.
“The membership want to clarify that though the conduct is just not acceptable, the gamers welfare stays necessary to us and she is going to nonetheless have entry to the membership’s assist channels if wanted.”
Maddie was additionally investigated by former membership Millwall in October final yr after she filmed from the backseat whereas the driving force places a canine’s paws on the steering wheel.
Joshua Harris of highway security charity, Brake, informed Solar Sport: “Driving and alcohol merely don’t combine.
“While you’re behind the wheel you’re accountable for a doubtlessly deadly weapon which requires full focus and nil impairment to take action safely.
“We urge all drivers to by no means drink any quantity of alcohol and drive – and definitely by no means do each on the identical time.”