The Vancouver Whitecaps contend defender Sheanon Williams has been arrested and charged with assault.
Vancouver military contend a charges branch from a 2 a.m. detain Thursday morning during a downtown apartment.
In a statement, a Whitecaps pronounced a 27-year-old American actor has been dangling tentative a outcome of team, Major League Soccer Players Union and military investigations.
“We are operative closely with MLS and internal authorities and entirely support a league’s quick movement to postpone a actor while serve review takes place,” a bar pronounced in a statement.
“Vancouver Whitecaps FC is a values-based classification and we design all members of a bar to act in a demeanour that reflects a values both on and off a field.”
The group says Williams has been checked into a league’s piece abuse and mental health program.
The joining says it will make serve decisions on Williams’ standing after he’s been assessed by that program.
According to B.C. justice records, Williams is scheduled to be arraigned Monday morning in Vancouver.
Williams was traded to the Whitecaps from a Houston Dynamo in Dec 2016.
Previously, he played veteran soccer in Philadelphia, Harrisburg and Greensboro and has played internationally for a United States during a girl level.