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ENGLAND FOOTBALLER ARRESTED: Sunderland star Adam Johnson arrested on suspicion of sex with under-age girl

England footballer Adam Johnson has been arrested today on suspicion of sex with a 15-year-old girl.
The Sunderland winger remains in custody tonight and police said he continues to help them with their inquiries.
Johnson, 27, has been suspended by the Black Cats pending the outcome of the police investigation.
Police and forensics officers were seen arriving at his property in County Durham around 9am today.
Officers were also seen searching a garage at the six-bedroom £1.85m mansion.
A Durham Police spokeswoman said: “A 27-year-old man was arrested earlier today on suspicion of sexual activity with a girl under 16.
“He remains in police custody and is helping officers with their inquiries.”
A Black Cats spokesman added: “Sunderland has confirmed that Adam Johnson has been suspended from the club, pending the outcome of a police investigation.
“No further comment will be made at the present time.”
A neighbour told The Sun: "You could tell they were police officers, they were all dressed in black.
"I haven’t seen the player all day. I just assumed there had been a burglary."
Winger, who cost £10m from Manchester City, is Sunderland's top scorer this season with five goals from 28 games.
Johnson was born in Sunderland and brought up in Easington, County Durham.
He has made 12 appearances for England in a career that's also seen him play for Watford, Leeds and Middlesbrough.
Struggling Sunderland visit Hull City in a vital Premier League relegation clash tomorrow night.

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