Manchester City's Kyle Walker feels harassed after report of lockout violation
Manchester city defender Kyle walker He says he is harassed by a section of the British media after a report that he broke the blocking restrictions three times this week to visit his family.
The Sun reported that the England international had violated government guidelines designed to curb the spread of the new coronavirus by visiting his sister and parents before cycling with a friend.
Walker also apologized last month after the newspaper reported that he had invited two prostitutes to a party at his Cheshire home.
I've recently been through one of the most difficult periods of my life, for which I take full responsibility. However, now I feel like I'm being harassed, Walker said on Twitter.
This not only affects me, but also affects the health of my family and my young children.
Walker said she traveled to Sheffield on Wednesday to give her sister a birthday card and a gift, and then she traveled to her parents' house to pick up some homemade meals.
What have my parents and sister done to deserve to have their privacy invaded by the photographers who follow me into their homes? I constantly feel that they follow me, he added.
Walker said his mental health was not being taken into account amid scrutiny.
At a time when the approach is understandable in COVID-19, at what point is mental health, a disease that affects each patient differently, taken into account? he said.